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  • adj. disobedient

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Disobedient.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Disobedient.


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un- +‎ obedient


  • And also bees that are unobedient to the king, they deem themselves by their own doom for to die by the wound of their own sting.

    Mediaeval Lore from Bartholomew Anglicus

  • Her attitude about a Vatican Investigation says it all, rebellious and unobedient attitude.

    National Catholic Reporter

  • "I love working with dogs, obviously, but I have a pretty low tolerance for unobedient dogs, so when I see dogs that are really doing great, that's really rewarding," she said.

    The Daily Iowan - Online Edition

  • What Turn Me Off: When a slave is unobedient!! hi! guys DEsiree is here lets play be ur powerful MISTRESS and OBIDENT SLAVE lets play wild fantasy ummmmmmmmm and love do dirty toilet games so hottttttt kisssss muahhhhh!!!!!!


  • These perverse, unobedient folk, false as they are, and ununited, have yet a strength to do great things, a strength which even we Aryans lack.”

    A Victor of Salamis


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