disobediently


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dis·o·be·di·ence

 (dĭs′ə-bē′dē-əns)
n.
Refusal or failure to obey.

dis′o·be′di·ent adj.
dis′o·be′di·ent·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.disobediently - in a disobedient manner; "he went ahead disobediently and did what his supervisor had warned him not to do"
obediently, yieldingly - in an obedient manner; "obediently she slipped off her right shoe and stocking"
Translations
بِعِصْيان، بِتَمَرُّد، بِعَدَم طاعَه
neposlušně
engedetlenül
óòekktarlega
neposlušne
itaatsizliklekafa tutarak

disobey

(disəˈbei) verb
to fail or refuse to do what is commanded. He disobeyed my orders not to go into the road; He disobeyed his mother.
ˌdisoˈbedience (-ˈbiːdjəns) noun
failing or refusing to obey. You must be punished for your disobedience!
ˌdisoˈbedient (-ˈbiːdjənt) adjective
failing or refusing to obey. a disobedient child.
ˌdisoˈbediently adverb
References in classic literature ?
Then, before him, at his feet, he saw an extremely small live thing, only several inches long, a young weasel, that, like himself, had disobediently gone out adventuring.
Such capers result in an exhibitionistic display of impersonations for Roth's disobediently impulsive and conflicted protagonists who attempt to assert themselves over their unstable landscapes.
Furthermore, he is perfect as a disobediently strong Bond with the energy of someone half his age.