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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisobedientdis‧o‧be‧di‧ent /ˌdɪsəˈbiːdiənt◂, ˌdɪsəʊ- $ ˌdɪsə-, ˌdɪsoʊ-/ ●○○ adjective  DISOBEYdeliberately not doing what you are told to do by your parents, teacher etc opp obedientdisobedience noun [uncountable] civil disobedience
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disobedientHe is a pleasant child, but often rowdy, disobedient and rough with others.Parents who do not detect an intermittent hearing loss can become irritable and controlling and label their child as disobedient and unresponsive.a disobedient childEver since, man is seen as a disobedient creature, who is sinful.The nonpartisan, nonviolent and civilly disobedient El Barzon has been hit with mass arrests of its leaders.Olwyn is noisy, disobedient, has tantrums when things do not go her own way, and is violent towards Katie.If ever I felt I had been rude to her or disobedient, I always felt ashamed.Lee stood before her like a disobedient schoolboy.She said that if we were disobedient she would send us home immediately.The disobedient youth has been injected with an experimental drug, though of course his tactile sensations aren't blunted.
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