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dis·re·gard

 (dĭs′rĭ-gärd′)
tr.v. dis·re·gard·ed, dis·re·gard·ing, dis·re·gards
1. To pay no attention or heed to; ignore: We disregarded your advice.
2. To show no evidence of attention concerning (something): conduct that disregards risks to others.
3. To treat without proper respect or attentiveness.
n.
Lack of thoughtful attention or due regard.

dis′re·gard′ful adj.
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dis•re•gard•ful

(ˌdɪs rɪˈgɑrd fəl)

adj.
neglectful; careless.
[1630–40]
dis`re•gard′ful•ly, adv.
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disregardful

adjective
Devoid of consideration for others' feelings:
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