disregard noun

ADJ. complete, total, utter | blatant, flagrant | callous, cavalier, cynical | reckless, wanton their reckless disregard for human life | blithe, fine (ironic) With a fine disregard for geography, she decided to start her journey to Paris by sailing to the Hook of Holland.

VERB + DISREGARD demonstrate, show

PREP. ~ for He showed complete disregard for the feelings of his family. | ~ of their flagrant disregard of the rules