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Definition of "disregards" [disregards]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disregard. (verb)

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Use "disregards" in a sentence
  • "Most notably, Malkin disregards the primary role in events of West Coast military figures, political leaders, commercial groups and opinion makers, since the evidence of anti-Japanese racism and hysteria in their actions and motivations is so overwhelming as to be irrefutable."
  • "In questioning the Gautreaux results, Rosin disregards Stefanie DeLuca and colleagues’ recent findings that 15 to 20 years later, more than two-thirds of the families are still in better neighborhoods, and many mothers continue to enjoy employment gains and fewer require welfare."
  • "Someone kindly pointed out this title disregards wood-powered engines and suggested "smogpunk.""