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Thus he flouted the social hierarchies of his time by eating and associating with outcasts.
In the large state-owned mines, safety regulations are flouted to meet production targets, resulting in multiple deaths and injuries.
This silly man is being abused, ridiculed and punished for having flouted his own moral principles, and then being idiotic enough to confess it.
But you have flouted common sense in matters of good accounting and book-keeping.
Obvious examples of where this principle is being flouted are Vehicle Registration Tax and the duty on wine.
Similar regulations on the Continent are either being ignored or blatantly flouted, with no punishment being administered by the member state.
People who are willing to shout, wave signs, march and sing for whichever cause is being flouted at the time.
Friends say that the no hard drugs rule is openly flouted, which is sad but not great a surprise.
Rules are flouted and violated with immunity exposing the common man to potential peril.
Laws to control the sale of fireworks are being flouted in the run up to Bonfire Night, a Manchester Evening News investigation has revealed.
If rules of behaviour are flouted, those responsible must answer for their actions.
While shooting was hated by the mass of the rural population, and the Game Laws universally flouted, they took a benign and active interest in the hunt.
He flouted so many conventions of what the West regards as good taste that he seemed to be angling for a role as Dr. Evil.
But the truth is, he flouted these rules to flaunt his jocosity.
The cops, of course, always attend Hempfest, not to muck up the vibe but to make sure no big, important laws are being flouted.
The popular conception of Prohibition is that speakeasies abounded, gangsters and bootleggers of all sorts flourished, and every American gladly flouted the law.
The Taoiseach flouted his constitutional duty and lined-up with other Governments against the Irish people order to overthrow last year's democratic referendum result.
But in no case were these flouted too indelicately or ostentatiously.
In fact, the aggressor in this war has not only ignored the relevant UN resolution, it has defied the United Nations and openly flouted international law.
In the past there have been a number of cases in which employers openly flouted the labour regulations and failed to observe even this minimal protocol when sacking workers.
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Examples from Classical Literature
She flouted his authority and sustained her incredible effrontery by a restraining order from the court.
But it was provoking to be flouted, so politely too, by that whelp of the Golden Dog!
If he had flouted the Holy See, he had also offended the temporal head of Christendom.
Are we boys at school, to be scolded and flouted and put right by you?
Then, in other moments, he flouted these theories, and assured himself that his fellows were all privately wondering and quaking.
And, though her reason flouted any possibility of wild dangers, her fancy went on picturing them with unflagging zeal.
Now Emerson was an anarch who flouted the conventions of art and life.
He had been vanquished, cheated, scorned, shamefully flouted.
Ferrero picked up the cape and flouted it in the bull's eyes.
The CBI report based on complaints about flouting of rules in the selection process and corruption allegations against the officer in question show how rules were flouted.
Police must also clamp down on other rules being flouted by motorists.
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