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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
disobey (verb)
intransitive verb
transitive verb
to be - disobedient to fail to obey
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
disobey (verb)
to go against the commands, prohibitions, or rules of
SYNONIMS:
defy, mock, rebel (against)
RELATED WORDS:
disoblige; mutiny (against), revolt (against); disregard, ignore, overlook, overpass, pass over, tune out; brush off, dismiss, flout, pooh-pooh ( pooh), reject, scoff (at), scorn, shrug off, wink (at); breach, break, infringe, transgress, violate; buck, combat, contest, dispute, fight, oppose, resist, withstand
NEAR ANTONYMS:
capitulate (to), concede (to), defer (to), goose-step (to), serve, stoop (to), submit (to), surrender (to), yield (to); cooperate (with); keep, observe; accede (to), acquiesce (to), agree (to), assent (to), oblige; attend, hear, heed, listen (to), mark, note, notice, regard, watch
comply (with), conform (to), follow, mind, obey
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