|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (v. t.) To pay no heed to; to omit to take notice of; to neglect to observe; to slight as unworthy of regard or notice; as, to disregard the admonitions of conscience.
2. (n.) The act of disregarding, or the state of being disregarded; intentional neglect; omission of notice; want of attention; slight.
Disregard (8 Occurrences)
Matthew 23:28 The same is true of you: outwardly you seem to the human eye to be good and honest men, but, within, you are full of insincerity and disregard of God's Law. (WEY)
Matthew 24:12 and because of the prevalent disregard of God's law the love of the great majority will grow cold; (WEY)
Luke 11:42 But woe to you Pharisees! For you tithe mint and rue and every herb, but you bypass justice and the love of God. You ought to have done these, and not to have left the other undone. (See NAS)
Acts 19:27 and not only is this department in danger for us of coming into disregard, but also, that of the great goddess Artemis the temple is to be reckoned for nothing, and also her greatness is about to be brought down, whom all Asia and the world doth worship.' (YLT)
Romans 6:19 your human infirmity leads me to employ these familiar figures--and just as you once surrendered your faculties into bondage to Impurity and ever-increasing disregard of Law, so you must now surrender them into bondage to Righteousness ever advancing towards perfect holiness. (WEY)
1 Timothy 5:11 But refuse younger widows, for when they have grown wanton against Christ, they desire to marry; (See NAS)
Titus 2:15 Say these things and exhort and reprove with all authority. Let no man despise you. (See NAS RSV)
Leviticus 20:4 If the people of the land all hide their eyes from that person, when he gives of his seed to Molech, and don't put him to death; (See NAS)