disregardful


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Synonyms for disregardful

devoid of consideration for others' feelings

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During the carnivalesque celebration and in fact: during any celebration in the stage of unleashed partying--people are in a good mood, in a state of gregarious sociability disregardful of social hierarchies, engaging in games and shows, with music and dance.
It is hard not to conclude that a young man so disregardful of wellbeing of others will reform his ways.
62) See Restatement (Second) of Torts [section] 282 ("[Negligence] does not include conduct recklessly disregardful of an interest of others.
Or maybe they are naturally inclined to break the law and disregardful of the financial consequences.
Indeed, those who seek the world in order to be assisted by it towards attaining to the Afterlife, how could they be disregardful of the profit of the Afterlife (ribh al-akhira) when the market (al-suq), the mosque (al-masjid), and the home (albayt) are for him [governed by] one law (55) (hukm wahid), and salvation is only through piousness (al-taqwa)?
Yet, Abbas and Hamas Politburo Chief Khaled Mashaal disregardful of the foreign plots agreed to start negotiations over the two sides' nominees for the post of Palestinian premiership.
The committee report described some "bureaucrats" who were "contemptuous of both the Congress and the courts; disregardful of the rights of the governed; and for lack of sufficient legal control over them, a few develop Messiah complexes.