1 There had never been anything in her that one could appeal to; but as long as he could ignore and command he had remained indifferent.
2 She knew that to uphold this dignity, they must ignore what she said, even if she stood in the next room and almost shouted.
3 While I wouldn't advise going that far, still it's more sensible than our way of trying to ignore it.
4 There was nothing she could do except ignore them and boil with rage.
5 Scarlett knew Johnnie Gallegher lived with her but thought it best to ignore the fact.
6 And some of his opinions were of such a nature that she could no longer ignore them and treat them as jokes.
7 Moral complications existed for her only in the environment that had produced them; she did not mean to slight or ignore them, but they lost their reality when they changed their background.
8 One fact alone outwardly proclaimed the change they were all conspiring to ignore; and that was the non-appearance of Ned Silverton.
9 If a town was in disfavor, the railroad could ignore it, cut it off from commerce, slay it.
10 The preliminary stage of becoming acquainted was one which he always endeavored to ignore when a pretty and engaging woman was concerned.
11 He did not ignore the fact that therein lay his greatest duty and his greatest labor.
Les Misérables 1 By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 1: CHAPTER IV—WORKS CORRESPONDING TO WORDS
12 We do not know that which it is necessary to know, and we know that which we should ignore.
Les Misérables 2 By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 8: CHAPTER III—MOTHER INNOCENTE
13 That great need of man, the finite, which admits of embrace, they ignore.
Les Misérables 5 By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 1: CHAPTER XVI—HOW FROM A BROTHER ONE BECOMES A FATHER
14 I shall ignore it so long as the world knows nothing of it, so long as my name is not disgraced.
15 I am very ignorant, but not the worse on that account.