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Synonyms for flout



Synonyms for flout

to refuse or fail to obey

Synonyms for flout

treat with contemptuous disregard

laugh at with contempt and derision

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The ED officials were summoned so that they could decide whether Revani had flouted FEMA or whatever he was doing was legal.
It seems that some students flouted the rules that discreet make-up was allowed.
If it is not done so and courts decisions will continue to be flouted then the legal fraternity will evolve its strategy for enforcement of apex courts decisions.
No Hibee ever after: It is fourth time Riordan has flouted nightclub ban
REGARDING 'Building battle in suburbs' (Birmingham Mail, April 1), I find it extremely concerning that the planning rules and regulations can be flouted so easily by inconsiderate people intent on enlarging their homes at the expense of other neighbours' light and privacy.
DOG owners who deliberately flouted a controversial ban on exercising their pets on a Northumberland beach have been branded 'irresponsible' by council bosses.
A SEX offender who flouted the terms of an order preventing him from being around children has avoided jail.
In the space of an hour we have discovered at least three incidents where the law has apparently been flouted.
So many of them flouted the rules, the ban became "unenforceable".
Posting advertising signs on sidewalk sheds is always illegal, and yet for too long outdoor advertising companies, sign hangers and building owners have flouted the law.
President Bush has flouted the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (FISA) for five years by directing the National Security Agency to target American citizens on American soil for electronic surveillance on his say-so alone.
And 10 years earlier, while Cheney was Halliburton's CEO, the company reportedly flouted Washington-imposed sanctions to provide Iran with key nuclear-reactor components.
A water-skier on Windermere before the ban - protesters yesterday flouted the new restrictions
By acting as judge, jury and jailer the Government have flouted the very values it claims to defend.
A judicial review of a decision taken six years ago in the House of Commons and flouted repeatedly by the House of Lords?