insignificant, trifling, paltry. 3.
weak, feeble, fragile. 5.
unsubstantial, inconsiderable. 6.
disdain, scorn. Slight, disregard, neglect, overlook mean to pay no attention or too little attention to someone or something. To slight is to give only superficial attention to something important: to slight one's work.
To disregard is to pay no attention to a person or thing: to disregard the rules;
in some circumstances, to disregard may be admirable: to disregard a handicap.
To neglect is to shirk paying sufficient attention to a person or thing: to neglect one's correspondence.
To overlook is to fail to see someone or something (possibly because of carelessness): to overlook a bill that is due. 9.
neglect, disregard, inattention; disdain, scorn. 10.