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Synonyms for ignore

pay no attention to

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snub

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Synonyms for ignore

to refuse to pay attention to (a person); treat with contempt

to pretend not to see

to fail to care for or give proper attention to

Synonyms for ignore

refuse to acknowledge

fail to notice

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give little or no attention to

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be ignorant of or in the dark about

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To blatantly ignore the question and spew out messages like some string-pull doll is an insult to the interviewer--and to our profession.
Even when I bump into him in the hall, he ignores me.
Even more ignore God's Highway Code, which can also spell disaster.
Michael Slattery, senior vice president of the Real Estate Board of New York, complained that the report ignores possible increases in water and sewage charges.
Deecke asked whether the seals had learned to fear the roving killers or were innately afraid of killer whales but had learned to ignore the harmless locals.
Fortunately, most music programs do not completely ignore the last 200 years of technological innovation.
Mainstream and astute Chilean salmoneros have built salmon into a world-beating powerhouse very quickly; ignore the consumers, and you can kiss it goodbye.
But conservation groups said the study's focus on timber harvest ignores larger questions of environmental standards and geographical pressures.
Wrote Lynn in his letter to the IRS, "This statement indicates that Hake is aware of the provisions in the Internal Revenue Code that bar houses of worship from endorsing or opposing candidates for public office but chose to ignore them.
Keep in mind that, over time, search engines have learned to ignore many overused words and phrases.
And, as everyone knows, there's only one solution to the game: ignore the copy-cat until he or she goes away.
The policy might direct one to discard or ignore much of what has already been done in one or more of the fields from which the new specialty is constructed.
Though it's seldom noted, the degree to which institutions like the Times, Miramax, and Sundance set our current critical agendas (including our canons) and crowd out others is hard to ignore.
Second, there was no evidence to suggest that judges and magistrates are inclined to ignore or subvert the protections guaranteed by the fourth amendment.