from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To leave out of consideration; set aside as not worth consideration or respect.


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  • Ie: our premise is to disconsider the concept of a higher power, therefore no higher power could possibly exist.

    Dawkins on the OOL

  • If he had remained a prosperous man, John's success would have been merely incidental, something to disconsider in speech, at least, however pleased he might have been at heart.

    The House with the Green Shutters

  • 2 I don't disconsider it, but I recognise that EVERYONE dies, and God has the right and prerogative to kill anyone at any time in any way He chooses.

    What Is Good?

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