- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disobey.
“BUSINESS 1. That last sentence disobeys business writing rule number five: “Keep it short.””
“A warrior priest (Paul Bettany) disobeys Church law by teaming with a young sheriff (Cam Gigandet) and a beautiful priestess (Maggie Q).”
“There is a repetition of elements (Chuck flashes, disobeys orders and either saves the day or has his own bacon saved), but it is the growth and interaction of the cast that secures this series as must see television.”
“It's more of slap on the wrist if someone disobeys the rules and regulations of the road.”
“Shore says her good deeds — she gives House the Vicodin he needs and disobeys her boss in order to prove House's theory right and save her patient — outweigh her rookie mistakes.”
“Meyer even disobeys the rules of her own universe.”
“Description: To stop the Goa'uld invasion, the SG-1 team disobeys orders and transports itself to the Goa'uld attack headquarters.”
“Indeed, the supremes could do the same thing by simply overturning every lower court that disobeys its rulings.”
“The Enterprise, of course, hears that the battle is going badly and disobeys orders, saving the crew of the Defiant, which includes old crewmate Worf, on their way to Sector 001 (Earth).”
“With some input from Belgian, Hungarian, Brazilian and French animators, Tomm Moore's Irish cartoon is an attractively fanciful account of how Brendan, a young monk in medieval Ireland, disobeys his uncle the Abbot Cellach (Brendan Gleeson).”
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