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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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We visit Longsands a few times per week and at no time have we seen any dog owner flouting this law, the beach is always spotless.
The police have also impounded 127 bikes for flouting traffic laws and confiscated 102 cars for stunt driving and racing.
Outlets caught flouting rules are given fines that can reach thousands of dirhams.
In response to concerns raised we'll be carrying out an operation in the coming weeks to identify those flouting the law and taking enforcement action.
Summary: A grenade was thrown at the Abu Ali roundabout during a protest in Tripoli Monday, flouting the tentative calm in the northern city.
The state attorney general in New York has accused HSBC of flouting laws on mortgage foreclosures.
Yet the Karachi University administration is known to be openly flouting these directives by retaining, backing director finance Zafar Abbas, senior accounts officer Jilani aging more than 62 years, registrar Dr.
BAR owners have been urged to check they have the right planning permission after a Dudley venue boss was found guilty of flouting enforcement notices.
Furher investments will be carried on by revani by enforcement directorate (ED) officials and he may be booked for flouting the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).
We refer to 'Firms face fines for flouting work ban' (GDN, August 6).
It says bus operators have raised concerns that motorists have been flouting the bus lane and that drivers of unauthorised vehicles not only flout the law but can also affect road safety by making unexpected movements.
BTS President delivered speeches haranguing and instigated protestors and inciting them against the political regime, flouting the real voluntary and lofty goals of the association.
Figures for the 12 months to last November show 27% more car drivers and 18% more van and lorry drivers were flouting the law.
The team is targeting dangerous lorries and buses and truckers flouting rules over driving times.
The Scotland striker, 26, was hit with the exclusion order from 45 venues in Edinburgh after being caught flouting the ban a fourth time.