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Definition of "disregarded" []

  • Ignored (adjective)
  • Neglected (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of disregard. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "disregarded" in a sentence
  • "But in embracing the English language, Ankst prepared the ground for one of the remarkable success stories of the 1990s: the "cool Cymru" scene (a term disregarded in Wales in much the same way as trip-hop is in Bristol)."
  • "Even though you knew that the scary bit was coming - your brain disregarded it, yet you still jumped."
  • "Additionally, the fact that General Petreaus 'request this past summer that the Haqqani Network be placed on the US government's global terrorist group black list, thereby disallowing any possibilities for negotiations, has been disregarded, is a positive step that keeps open the chances for a settlement between the Afghan government and a major part of the Afghan insurgency."