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    1. We tend to blame others but continue to flout these social norms ourselves

    2. Do Initiates flout the law?

    3. He will no longer My will flout

    4. They'll sort out Dickie and his mob … show 'em they can't flout our authority

    5. Let nothing flout your sense of a Supreme Being, and be certain that your understanding wavers whenever you chance to doubt that He leads to good

    6. Grane was not a close friend and she worked at a place where it was unwise to flout any laws

    7. you think I'm so damaged that it's safe to flout me, you're mistaken Come

    8. They flout the laws, and destroy life and property

    9. Why will you suffer her to flout me thus?

    10. “I hope, Judith, my dear, as I’ve said a hundred times, that you’ve not induced your cousin to meet you here merely that you may flout him

    11. “Flout him!” laughed the girl

    12. “Flout my cousin Lindley!” Then her voice grew suddenly serious

    13. Our souls may rebel at its exigencies, but unless we happen to be millionaires, we cannot afford to flout the conventions

    1. His dreams were filled with the many consequences of discovery by all the authority that he presently flouted

    2. 1 The reasoning of our father Eleazar like a first-rate pilot steering the vessel of piety in the sea of passions 2 and flouted by the threats of the tyrant and overwhelmed with the breakers of torture 3 in no way shifted the rudder of piety till it sailed into the harbour of victory over death

    3. If he ever wanted to go back to Basrah, his native city, he would have to do so while leaving behind Liang, unless he flouted the laws and brought her and their children to a departing ship under the cover of the night

    4. now with his dignity flouted he turned white

    5. This strictly speaking wasn’t true; statutes concerning torture, overcrowding, sanitation, and hygiene were clearly flouted

    6. against the rule and his own job would be in danger if he flouted rule for him

    7. Every law they made was flouted by their elite in public and nothing was said or done about it

    8. Because he flouted all ancient conventional belief systems of the Jews of his day

    9. Artists revel in the oddest of individual forms, and the type idea is flouted on all hands

    10. --her brothers had so often mocked or flouted

    11. And, on the other hand, of the unjust I say that the greater number, even though they escape in their youth, are found out at last and look foolish at the end of their course, and when they come to be old and miserable are flouted alike by stranger and citizen; they are beaten and then come those things unfit for ears polite, as you truly term them; they will be racked and have their eyes burned out, as you were saying

    12. He felt that his appointments were being politicized, and he was growing increasingly impatient with what he perceived as unfair treatment by the legislative branch of government, so he flouted constitutional standards

    13. They flouted at his efforts, and told him, with bitter scoffs, that his feet were better than his hands; and that he merited wings, while he knew not the use of an arrow or a knife

    14. The Washington boys didn’t think much of the class business, though, and they flouted it

    15. “So much trouble is caused, lord, when these customs are flouted

    16. There had been the problem of trying to win Ashley’s love and breaches of conduct to be concealed from her elders, jealous girls to be flouted or placated, styles of dresses and materials to be chosen, different coiffures to be tried

    17. Obviously there is no practical danger that the legislative wisdom of the statute will be completely flouted

    1. As senior citizens this is an area that can be tackled by reporting all cases of injustice, corruption (both giving and taking), flouting of rules and so on

    2. 6 The Pharisaic commissioners of the Jerusalem Sanhedrin were now almost convinced that Jesus must be apprehended on a charge of blasphemy or on one of flouting the sacred law of the Jews; wherefore their efforts to involve him in the discussion of, and possible attack upon, some of the traditions of the elders, or so-called oral laws of the nation

    3. 2 On Saturday night, May 21, word reached Tiberias that the civil authorities at Jerusalem had no objection to the agreement between Herod and the Pharisees that Jesus be seized and carried to Jerusalem for trial before the Sanhedrin on charges of flouting the sacred laws of the Jewish nation

    4. 3 Time and again had this august body of Jewish leaders decreed that Jesus be apprehended and brought to trial on charges of blasphemy and numerous other accusations of flouting the Jewish sacred law

    5. On three previous occasions the Sanhedrin, by a large majority vote, had decreed the death of Jesus, had decided that he was worthy of death on informal charges of law-breaking, blasphemy, and flouting the traditions of the fathers of Israel

    6. style was contrived: deliberately flouting the rules of grammar, full of words that were nonsensical or

    7. It was a pragmatic statement, no frills, no flouting words, yet it was simply, basically true

    8. “We’re not going to have you flouting your favorite football program as though it’s the be all and end all

    9. season was over, flouting international regulations

    10. The rich would become incensed at the homeless poor flouting their sacred Laws: they would scream at their legislators to rip those lazy bums out of jail and make them work

    11. Becoming so popular that books were actually printed, and bought and sold: just for a chance to read about flouting the hated laws and conventions of these killers… as reading these romantic tales: the lower classes vicariously had a chance to spit in the eyes of their oppressors by rooting for two elite rebels who defied the entire sacredness of the customs of the day

    12. But without going to the extreme of flouting the centuries of culture that art inherits, as it is now fashionable in many places to do, students will do well to study at first the early rather than the late work of the different schools, so as to get in touch with the simple conditions of design on which good work is built

    13. And anything more different in spirit from the genuine primitive than the irreverent anarchy and flouting of all refinement in the work of some of these new primitives, it would be difficult to imagine

    14. considered it a flouting of her authority

    15. In exchange, Caris had to stop flouting discipline and keep her theological ideas to herself

    16. Otherwise he would always find a pretext for flouting her

    17. It was a crime to leave your village, or to accept pay higher than the levels of 1347, but all over the country restless young men were flouting the law, and desperate farmers were hiring them

    18. Rebelliously she leaned her elbows on the counter and looked at the crowd, flouting Mammy’s oft-repeated admonition against leaning on elbows and making them ugly and wrinkled

    19. The change had been so gradual, the flouting of one small convention seeming to have no connection with the flouting of another, and none of them any connection with Rhett

    20. To completely realize this you have but to study George Bernard Shaw, who, while he flouts a thousand traditions, and is rarely amusing unless he is flouting, does so with a keen appreciation of what he is doing

    21. “Let us pray Heaven, rather, that there be no flouting on either side!” She bent her head slightly and kissed him on either cheek

    1. In Kim IL-sung’s North Korea is the last Stalinist regime that “incarcerates 150,000 to 200,00 0 people in concentration camps, flouts freedom of conscience, mercilessly clubs its population with pompous, mendacious propaganda, and is responsible for one of the worst famines of the end of the twentieth century

    2. He heals disease on the Sabbath and in many other ways flouts the sacred law of Israel

    3. "With this sin of disobedience in him, Jonah still further flouts at God, by seeking to flee from Him

    4. To completely realize this you have but to study George Bernard Shaw, who, while he flouts a thousand traditions, and is rarely amusing unless he is flouting, does so with a keen appreciation of what he is doing

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    flout scoff barrack gibe jeer banter chaff deride mock imitate