disobedience definition

  • noun:
    • Refusal or failure to follow.
    • Refusal to obey.
    • Neglect or refusal to follow; infraction of a command or prohibition.
    • the actual fact of being disobedient; decreased obedience; neglect or refusal to obey; violation of a command, injunction, or prohibition; the omission of that that is commanded is done, or the doing of the that will be forbidden; neglect of responsibility recommended by authority.
    • Non-compliance, much like an all-natural legislation; failure to publish to a superior influence.
    • the characteristic of being reluctant to follow
    • the failure to follow
    • Refusal or failure to follow.
    • Refusal to follow.
    • Neglect or refusal to obey; infraction of a command or prohibition.
    • The fact to be disobedient; decreased obedience; neglect or refusal to obey; breach of a command, injunction, or prohibition; the omission of the which will be commanded become done, or perhaps the doing of the which can be forbidden; neglect of responsibility recommended by authority.
    • Non-compliance, just like an all natural legislation; failure to submit to an exceptional impact.
    • the trait of being unwilling to follow
    • Refusal or failure to obey.
    • Refusal to obey.
    • Neglect or refusal to obey; violation of a command or prohibition.
    • The fact of being disobedient; decreased obedience; neglect or refusal to follow; violation of a command, injunction, or prohibition; the omission of this that will be commanded to-be done, or even the doing of this that is prohibited; disregard of task prescribed by expert.
    • Non-compliance, much like a natural law; failure to submit to a superior impact.
    • the characteristic to be hesitant to obey
    • the failure to obey
    • the failure to follow

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