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.""