What is another word for Disregardful?

1169 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ dˌɪsɹɪɡˈɑːdfə͡l], [ dˌɪsɹɪɡˈɑːdfə‍l], [ d_ˌɪ_s_ɹ_ɪ_ɡ_ˈɑː_d_f_əl]

Disregardful is a word that describes someone who shows a lack of respect or consideration for something or someone. If you are looking for synonyms to describe this behavior, there are several options to choose from. Some of the most common synonyms for disregardful include disregarding, neglectful, inattentive, thoughtless, careless, and unconcerned. Each of these words describes someone who is not paying attention or showing proper consideration for something or someone. Other possible synonyms include dismissive, indifferent, apathetic, and uninterested. With so many synonyms to choose from, it is easy to find the perfect word to describe behavior that is disregardful.

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What are the hypernyms for Disregardful?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for Disregardful?

Disregardful means ignoring or paying little attention to something. Its antonyms are diligent, attentive, careful, mindful, observant, prudent, and thoughtful. If someone is diligent, they are characterized by steady, earnest, and energetic effort. An attentive person is someone who is alert and pays close attention to something. Someone who is careful takes pains to avoid mistakes or harm. Being mindful means being aware or conscious of something, and someone who is observant is keenly attentive or percipient. Prudent means being cautious, discreet, or wise, and someone who is thoughtful considers carefully before acting or making a decision. Therefore, antonyms for "disregardful" show characteristics of being attentive, cautious, wise, and mindful.

Usage examples for Disregardful

It is certain that destiny-understood in the ordinary sense of the word as meaning the road that leads only to death-is wholly Disregardful of virtue.
"Wisdom and Destiny"
Maurice Maeterlinck
But what so impudent, so arrogant, so unblushingly Disregardful of propriety, as that he should endeavour to select his victim from such a family as that of the Pallisers, and that he should lay his impious hand on the very daughter of the Duke of Omnium?
"The Duke's Children"
Anthony Trollope
Before the fortnight was over, Lady Ongar was sick of her house and her park, utterly Disregardful of her horses and oxen, and unmindful even of the pleasant stream which in these Spring days rippled softly at the bottom of her gardens.
"The Claverings"
Anthony Trollope

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