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defy

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infringe

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Synonyms for disobey

to refuse or fail to obey

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Islamabad -- Federal Minister for Water and Power, Khawaja Muhammad Asif said that Imran Khan himself disobeyed his civil disobedience movement.
More than 20 heavy duty trucks Howo overloaded with coal disobeyed officers of the Ministry of Transport and Communications and the traffic police, and passed the weight-checking station of Kemin without permission, Chief of the Weight Control Department under the Transport Ministry Emil Tashtanaliyev said.
Tyrone Woods disobeyed the others to stand down in order to help his fellow Americans; as a result he paid with his life.
When we were about to invade Iraq of Saddam Hussein there was a lot of chest beating about the way he had ignored or disobeyed several UN resolutions.
However, the man disobeyed their orders and raced away.
Very sorry that he had disobeyed his mother's warning, Davey cried for help from God, and help arrived in the form of Friendly Fish, a large blue fish who agreed to transport Davey back to his riverbank starting point.
He explained: "When they said I had a commendation, I thought it would be bizarre if it was because of that day when I disobeyed an order.
I have never disobeyed my husband so how can I disobey the President?
Socrates disobeyed the laws of Athens in theApology, which eventually led to his death.
Innocent insisted that all kings submit to the church and threatened to excommunicate any who disobeyed him.
Even if he disobeyed their order, they should not have beaten him," Ndingi says.
They chose to listen to Satan and disobeyed God, thus sin entered human life and broke off any relationship with God.
Thus, if a child disobeyed one of the foremen, his house mother would learn of it and would draw on the affection the child had for her in helping him to accept the foreman's authority.
The Tokyo board of education decided Monday to reprimand teachers who disobeyed school principals' orders to stand and sing the ''Kimigayo'' national anthem during enrollment ceremonies last month at schools run by the metropolitan government, board officials said.
But, as EDI incisively points out to Master Ben, he just learns by watching and wasn't it Ben, after all, who disobeyed a superior's orders and flew off half-cocked through the streets of Rangoon, imploding buildings and giving terrorists a little taste of their own medicine?