Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disrespect.(verb)
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Use "disrespects" in a sentence
"Indexed is awesome, but this just plain disrespects the kids who have had to deal with Munchhausen’s by Proxy."
"Jim Doyle signed into law Wisconsin Act 250, which allows residents to file complaints with the state superintendent if they think a nickname, mascot, logo or team name disrespects Native Americans or constitutes racial stereotyping."
"Unruh's emphasis in the first part of his article was on the judge "mocking her concern over Obama's background," waiting until the 14th paragraph to get to the meat of the judge's order, that "Taitz 'personally attacks' opposing parties and 'disrespects' the judiciary, 'recklessly' accusing the judge of violating ethics rules.""