What is the opposite of respected?

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Adjective
Opposite of renowned and recognized in a given field or domain
Adjective
Opposite of noble, venerable, majestic, or awe-inspiring
Adjective
Opposite of upstanding, especially law-abiding
“Criminals are some of the most degenerate human beings on our planet.”
Adjective
Opposite of cherished or regarded with deep affection
“Her mood shifts when the suspicious death of newspaper tycoon Luther Read, a patriarch unbeloved by his offspring, sets Lucy on the trail of a possible parricide.”
Adjective
Opposite of having, or conforming to, high moral standards or principles
“We ask you not to allow the despicable act of one person to stain the reputation of an entire community of good, hard-working people.”
Adjective
Opposite of recognized for one's experience and history in a particular field
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“Bruce's band would remain relatively unknown in the music scene until they performed at the Bottom Line Club in New York.”
Adjective
Opposite of respected, having received honor
“Desperate for answers, she turns to a disgraced doctor who practices hypnotism.”
Adjective
Opposite of very successful, authoritative, and commanding great respect
“He had an undistinguished big-league career as a first and third baseman.”
Adjective
Opposite of having influence or power
“The errand boy was an insignificant person, mostly unrecognized by those around him.”
Adjective
Opposite of kind in behavior or actions
“The dictator was known to be miserly and selfish in nature.”
Adjective
Opposite of high quality
“It is a substandard acquisition that is draining our finances.”
Adjective
Opposite of significant in importance or esteem
“No offense, but your useless opinion on this matter isn't really required.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to have deep admiration for
“The students at Welton Academy would despise Gale Nolan for firing their favorite teacher.”
Verb
(of someone's feelings, wishes, or rights) Opposite of past tense for to have due regard for
“The disrespectful media would ignore my family's wish to be left alone.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to recognize and abide by
“If you break any of the house rules, you will be kicked out!”
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