Lack of respect, esteem, or courteous regard.(noun)
To show a lack of respect for: disrespected her elders; disrespected the law. (verb-transitive)
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Use "disrespect" in a sentence
"He's angry with me for what he calls my disrespect, and also for misusing the word "ubiquitous.""
"He himself was not guiltless of that irreverence which he defined as disrespect for another man's god."
"In Soviet Russian culture, the sign of disrespect is communicated by removing your shoe, pounding it upon your desk."