n.1.One who disrespects.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
It was obvious that all this was the work of no ordinary thief, and perhaps inevitable that the name of Raffles should have been dragged from oblivion by callous disrespecters of the departed and unreasoning apologists for the police.
Now Souness has earned a managerial reputation as a major disrespecter of playboy lifestyles.
But in any event, this great disrespecter of authority was later immortalized in a fine American opera, called Merry Mount, by the American composer Howard Hanson.
The president's bipartisan critics in the media and in Congress don't care what color his skin is, just as the "disrespecters'' of Presidents Clinton, Bush and Ronald Reagan didn't care about their white skin.
Potential disrespecters are probably not good readers of mere guidance so such a "code of conduct" should also prominently underline that failure to respect local laws and sensibilities may result in A LENGTHY AND DESERVED PERIOD OF INCARCERATION.