Disobediently

disobedient

[dis-uh-bee-dee-uhnt]
adjective
neglecting or refusing to obey; not submitting; refractory.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Old French desobedient, equivalent to des- dis-1 + obedient obedient

disobediently, adverb


insubordinate, contumacious, defiant, rebellious, unsubmissive, uncompliant.


obedient.
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disobedient (ˌdɪsəˈbiːdɪənt)
 
adj
not obedient; neglecting or refusing to obey
 
diso'bediently
 
adv

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disobedient
15c., dysobedyent, from O.Fr. desobedient, from a V.L. word (replacing L. inobedientem) from L. dis- (see dis-) + obedientem (see obedient).
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