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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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While an earlier chapter admonishes progressives for ignoring the importance that nurturant parents place on protecting those that they are responsible for, in this discussion he argues that progressives should offer a frame on entirely different terms: "Justice is called for, not vengeance.
The cost of ignoring the implications of EU accession could be quite high.
It doesn't matter why he's ignoring you, it's the Fact that he is.
What people tend to do is come down the outside lane of the A19 and then try and jump the queue or travel right round the roundabout, ignoring a No Right Turn and pushing in at the front of the queue.
Once they understood their company's or department's priorities--many described that understanding as just the "the gist of the overall direction"--they felt comfortable ignoring a lot of company e-mails, notices or broadcasts, even skipping mandatory all-hands meetings.
Why you should care: Turck claims that its NF sensors will reliably detect aluminum, brass and copper and other non-ferrous material while ignoring cold rolled steel or stainless steel present in the same environment.
It has been argued that the existence of the buyback agreement would increase the lack of marketability by virtue of its existence (even ignoring the establishment of the price).
But, if you don't actually indicate on your editorial calendar that a certain issue is a tire issue, you're accused of ignoring tires.
WALKERS have been ignoring measures brought in to control foot and mouth disease - and risking pounds 5,000 fines.
Finally, although Viroli recognizes Machiavelli's antagonism to Christianity, he makes the "pagan" Roman religion Machiavelli preferred appear fairly innocuous by ignoring its use of terror to induce obedience.
But ignoring works for another reason which extends beyond copy-cat games.
Task overload can be dealt with by the adoption of strategies of inquiry that allow the elimination or ignoring of huge categories of relevant information (Wilson, 1995).
This dark side of American literature, Morrison laments, remains a critical nonissue in academia because "the habit of ignoring race is considered to be a graceful, even generous, liberal gesture.