1 Scarlett, with her usual disregard of all matters not directly under her nose, had scarcely known an election was being held.
2 Each man had built with the most valiant disregard of all the others.
3 The result is a growing disregard of human life.
4 Then her absolute disregard for her duties as a wife angered him.
5 The gift to appreciate and the sense to feel the finer shades and relations of moral things, often seems an attribute of those whose whole life shows a careless disregard of them.
6 She could scarce conceive the possibility of her will being opposed, far less that of its being treated with total disregard.
7 You see,' pursued Fagin, affecting to disregard this interruption, 'we are so mixed up together, and identified in our interests, that it must be so.
8 I imagined what my feelings would be if I had to return to you and to confess that some misfortune had occurred through my disregard for your instructions.
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9 Lestrade knew my friend too well to disregard his words.
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10 It is odd, too, how speedily I came to disregard these little people.
11 This view would be a reasonable one were we to disregard the object which led Romulus to put those men to death.
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12 Now this disaster overtook the Romans entirely from their disregard of justice.
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13 No enterprise seeking the material, civil, or moral welfare of this section can disregard this element of our population and reach the highest success.
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14 It was thus that I was to be taught to associate evil with their prosecution, happiness with their disregard.
15 Howsoever it may seem to you to touch me, disregard that.
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