Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of neglect.

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Examples

  • Still to come: Sen. Kent Conrad is sticking up for TARP and the stimulus; Matthew Yglesias thinks Obama's biggest economic mistakes came in neglecting the Fed; Milton Friedman would support quantitative easing; and There Will Be Blood as a Super Nintendo game.

    Wonkbook: 57% worry about mortgage; midterm might cost $4 billion; to triangulate or not to triangulate?

  • If you let your children shop at Abercrombie, chances are you take pride in neglecting your children and think that exposing them to heavy doses of sexualization is probably a good thing.

    Abercrombie & Fitch--Where The Ugly Go To Die

  • Realising the error of my ways in neglecting Alan Clark's diaries, two volumes quickly arrived and these, as I've said make fruitful and fascinating reading.

    Sunday Confessions on Monday

  • Realising the error of my ways in neglecting Alan Clark's diaries, two volumes quickly arrived and these, as I've said make fruitful and fascinating reading.

    52 entries from February 2007

  • The vociferous property owners at Wednesday's Council meeting were stark evidence that the Administration of Mayor Robinson-Briggs has seriously stubbed its toe in neglecting to involve the business community in any 'visioning' process for the city's future.

    Assemblyman Green is absolutely right

  • Realising the error of my ways in neglecting Alan Clark's diaries, two volumes quickly arrived and these, as I've said make fruitful and fascinating reading.

    Sunday Confessions on Monday

  • The vociferous property owners at Wednesday's Council meeting were stark evidence that the Administration of Mayor Robinson-Briggs has seriously stubbed its toe in neglecting to involve the business community in any 'visioning' process for the city's future.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Whatsoever he seeketh, that I accomplish for him, and I have no excuse in neglecting that he biddeth me do; because I am Sultan over two-and-seventy tribes of the Jinn, each two-and-seventy thousand in number every one of which thousand ruleth over a thousand Marids, each Marid over a thousand Ifrits, each Ifrit over a thousand Satans and each Satan over a thousand

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The following night, the maiden appeared once more, admonishing the knight for his lack of chivalry in neglecting a damsel's petition.

    11/01/2003 - 12/01/2003

  • He says he has no doubt I have long repented of my 'unfortunate marriage,' and if I will only acknowledge this, and confess I was wrong in neglecting his advice, and that I have justly suffered for it, he will make a lady of me once again – if that be possible after my long degradation – and remember my girls in his will.

    Agnes Grey

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