Disregard and Interest

Disregard

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

Interest is an antonym for disregard in ignoring topic.
Nearby Words: disregarded, disregarding
Antonyms for Disregard

Interest

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Interest noun – A legal right to participation in the advantages, profits, and responsibility of something.
Disregard is an antonym for interest in topics: attention, attraction.
Nearby Words: interested, interesting, interestingly
Antonyms for Interest
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How words are described

human human disregard human interest
old old disregard old interest
clear clear disregard clear interest
initial initial disregard initial interest
Other adjectives: great, serious, huge, personal, apparent.

Common collocations

emotion disregard emotion interest emotion
people disregard people interest people
season disregard season interest season
times disregard times interest times
Other nouns: lives.

Both words in one sentence

  • Springtime for Hitler It fails epicly because Origami is THAT much of a devoted love interest with a disregard for public opinion and a blunt attitude, dumbfounding everyone in the process.
  • Franchise / Perry Mason Disregard That Statement Dramatic Downstage Turn: Used especially in the courtroom scenes to add movement and interest during witness testimony.
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Interest and Disregard. (2016). Retrieved 2022, May 23, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/disregard/interest
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