disobedience[dis′ō bē′dē əns, -ə bē′-]
disobedience definition by Webster's New World
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refusal to obey; failure to follow rules, commands, etc.; insubordination
Origin: Middle English ; from Old French desobedience: see dis- and amp; obedience
disobedience definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Refusal or failure to obey.
- disˌo·beˈdi·ent adjective
- disˌo·beˈdi·ent·ly adverb