flout

reject mock to go against (as in going against tradition) 
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Flout

Flout transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Flouted ; present participle & verbal noun Flouting .] [ OD. fluyten to play the flute, to jeer, Dutch fluiten , from fluit , from French. See Flute .] To m...
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Flout

Flout intransitive verb To practice mocking; to behave with contempt; to sneer; to fleer; -- often with at . « Fleer and gibe, and laugh and flout Swift.
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Flout

Flout noun A mock; an insult. « Who put your beauty to this flout and scorn.» Tennyson.
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Flout

• (v. i.) To practice mocking; to behave with contempt; to sneer; to fleer; -- often with at. • (n.) A mock; an insult. • (v. t.) To mock or insult; to treat with contempt.
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flout

treat with contemptuous disregard
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