disregardful


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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.

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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There was no democratic artist-colony that pursued fellowship disregardful of the caste of wealth.
It was not my habit to be disregardful of appearance or careless of the impression I made: on the contrary, I ever wished to look as well as I could, and to please as much as my want of beauty would permit.
Monks went along and Ritter's diary entry states Miss Monks gets about 40 specimens of the Phataria, all as disregardful of the law as ever.
It does not include conduct recklessly disregardful of an interest of
And the world seems to be abandoned by god disregardful of the fact that the world and its people are going down to their end.