Disregard and Fail

Disregard

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Disregard verb – To fail to give proper attention to.
Usage example: disregarded the posted warnings of avalanche danger and went skiing anyway

Fail and disregard are semantically related in leave topic. In some cases you can use "Fail" instead a verb "Disregard", when it comes to topics like ignore.
Nearby Words: disregarded, disregarding
Synonyms for Disregard

Fail

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Fail verb – To miss the opportunity or obligation.
Usage example: failed to mention that he had already been paid for the job by the homeowner's wife

Disregard and fail are semantically related in abandon topic. Sometimes you can use "Disregard" instead a verb "Fail", if it concerns topics such as leave.
Nearby Words: failure, failing, failed
Synonyms for Fail

Common collocations

power disregard power fail power
people disregard people fail people
part disregard part fail part
series disregard series fail series
Other nouns: fight, everyone, times, rolls, attempts.

Both words in one sentence

  • Naturally, the opposing lawyer will object, and then the Judge will say, without fail; "The members of the jury are instructed to disregard that statement." Original lawyer smirks because apparently only he realizes that people cannot voluntarily induce amnesia.
  • Literature / Without Bloodshed He cannot disregard the corruption implied in the Phoenix Society’s willingness to make him a scapegoat should he fail to resolve the crisis in Boston without bloodshed.The words with which Morgan Stormrider forged his reputation haunt him still.
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