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  • v. Present participle of disregard.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in spite of everything; without regard to drawbacks


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  • From the Army's point of view, OSD was being reckless about the way it was committing troops and high-handed in disregarding the military's professional advice.

    Blind Into Baghdad

  • It is my appointed sorrow, I suppose, that the recklessness and ignorance of such as you, persist in disregarding that law, and turning good into evil.

    Parables From Nature

  • Anyway, it does not seem to me that liberal Catholics are less partisan than conservative ones, particularly if partisanship in this context is defined as disregarding Church teachings to serve a political party.

    The Corner

  • However, Wu summarily dismissed the notion of disregarding the guidelines, claiming it would simply be a

    Reason Magazine - Hit & Run

  • Cardinal Mahoney of the Los Angeles Diocese calls such picking and choosing of what to believe or disbelieve in the Church as “Cafeteria Catholicism,” I call disregarding parts the Constitution: “Treason,” and the only way that Congress can redeem itself from infamy is to follow the road map that has been laid out for us centuries ago and declare the phony “War on Terror” over and restore our country to sanity by impeaching the people who have led us down this highway to hell.

    A Blueprint for Impeachment;:The Constitution Still in Crisis

  • Biblical evidence suggests that after suffering through years of slavery in Egypt and exodus into the desert, the Israelites began to manifest classic symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, such as disregarding tradi­tional rituals and being haunted by anguishing memories.

    Quick Study

  • Some people like Dawkins find that when religion contradicts the found facts, such as disregarding common descent, it is supportive for his atheism.

    Behe's bad math - The Panda's Thumb

  • "This leads to all the unsafe practises that yesterday's article highlighted, such as disregarding maintenance requirements, being on the road for longer than is allowed and skipping on breaks."

    NZ On Screen

  • Councils criticised the lack of 'genuine consultation' with town halls over the location of the hostels, and accused ministers of 'disregarding' the wishes of residents over where they were located.

    Home | Mail Online

  • In response, Clarksville Mayor Johnny Piper is accusing the delegation of "disregarding" the hours spent - including by citizen volunteers - drafting the new charter. - Local News


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