Concern and Disregard


Concern verb - To have (something) as a subject matter.
Usage example: the book concerns the challenges faced by children growing up in single-parent households

Disregard is an antonym for concern in interest topic.

Nearby Words: concerned, concerning, concernment


Disregard noun - Lack of interest or concern.
Usage example: revelers firing guns in the air with complete disregard for the possible consequences

Concern is an antonym for disregard in ignoring topic.

Nearby Words: disregarded, disregarding

How words are described

initial initial concern initial disregard
constant constant concern constant disregard
great great concern great disregard
serious serious concern serious disregard
Other adjectives: huge, personal, apparent, realistic.

Common collocations

series concern series disregard series
characters concern characters disregard characters
facts concern facts disregard facts
rules concern rules disregard rules
Other words: events, attempts.

Both words in one sentence

  • Interrogation by Vandalism Prothero's concern for the dolls is in stark contrast to his callous disregard for the human beings he disposed of in similar incineration chambers.
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