What is another word for disregarded?

209 synonyms found


[ dˌɪsɹɪɡˈɑːdɪd], [ dˌɪsɹɪɡˈɑːdɪd], [ d_ˌɪ_s_ɹ_ɪ_ɡ_ˈɑː_d_ɪ_d]

Disregarded is a word that refers to something that has been ignored or overlooked. There are numerous synonyms for this term that can be used depending on the context of the situation. Some of these synonyms include neglected, dismissed, overlooked, abandoned, brushed aside, discounted, underestimated, ignored, passed over, and disregarded. All of these synonyms highlight the idea that something has been given little or no attention, and that its importance has been downplayed or completely ignored. The use of synonyms is important when writing to add variety and depth to the language, and to convey information in a unique way.

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What are the opposite words for disregarded?

Disregarded means to ignore or pay no attention to something. The antonyms for the word "disregarded" can be considered as the opposite of ignoring or overlooking. The antonyms for "disregarded" are "observed", "noticed", "heeded", "respected", or "acknowledged". Observing is the act of paying attention to something whereas noticing means to become aware of something, acknowledging means to recognize something's existence, respecting is to show consideration, and heeding is to take into account someone's advice. By knowing synonyms and antonyms for "disregarded", you can choose the right word to use in a specific context to convey your intended meaning accurately.

Usage examples for Disregarded

That even such a testimony was to a large extent disregarded shows how much more the inclination to believe has to do with our faith than any external proofs.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I"
Marcus Dods
But he was glad-glad that he had disregarded the promptings of his conscience, of his honour.
"Jane Oglander"
Marie Belloc Lowndes
This, however, did not greatly trouble him, since he had long realized that physical discomfort must be disregarded if the work was to be carried on.
"The Greater Power"
Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton

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