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Sentence count:69+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-26Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: disregardas regardsregardregardingregardlessin regard towith regard toregardless ofMeaning: [‚dɪsrɪ'gɑːd]  adj. not noticed inadvertently. 
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1. The board completely disregarded my recommendations.
2. He disregarded the advice of his executives.
3. He completely disregarded my point of view.
4. She completely disregarded all our objections.
5. He utterly disregarded my warnings and met with on accident.
6. Safety rules were disregarded.
7. Trouillot disregarded the growing public clamour for her resignation.
8. Your objections are inconsequential and may be disregarded.
9. Mark totally disregarded my advice.
10. The children disregarded the notice about not walking on the grass.
11. Teachers' protests were disregarded as 96 were herded into the small prison van.
12. But Navarre, by then wedded to his strategy, disregarded their misgivings.
13. He completely disregarded strictly enforced social conventions and religious restrictions in order to contact the outcasts of society.
14. But the court disregarded this and imposed a heavy sentence on the 27-year-old from north Staffordshire.
15. These totals exclude mortgage interest and disregarded income, for example, attendance allowance.
16. Federal Judge Kimba Wood disregarded an appeal by Milken's lawyer for a sentence composed entirely of community service.
17. Already the Pioneer Electronics Corporation has disregarded its lifetime employment policy by demanding that 35 mid-level managers accept early retirement.
17. Wish you can benefit from and make progress everyday!
18. True enough, Morrissey disregarded his original bedsit self pity and began to write from the third person.
19. He disregarded the Navigator's diminution of his name, perhaps sensing the undertone, this time, of almost fond indebtedness.
20. The disregarded father returned Monday night, introduced by the son who is reaping the best regards.
21. They may retaliate with sanctions on other products if the bans are disregarded.
22. Certainly, more modern uses of the survey method have disregarded some of the rather naive methodological assumptions of the early surveys.
23. The great majority of those who still practiced their faith disregarded the encyclical.
24. That rule was immutable, and woe betide anyone who disregarded it.
25. In others, we see evidence of females highly honored and males almost disregarded.
26. The wooden stemming rod was clearly safer, yet in every mining district there were those who disregarded the new rulings.
27. The same is true of the earlier period, but with important differences which are oft en disregarded.
28. If the child is of sufficient understanding his views should not simply be disregarded because it is difficult to ascertain them.
29. There are expectant miaows when tin-opener noises are detected and irritated miaows when some fixed routine has been disregarded.
30. In this case, they would constitute a pool of labour which can be utilised in boom periods and disregarded in recessions.
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