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regard

(Attention), noun advertence, advertency, alertness, application, attentiveness, care, concentration, consideration, examination, heed, heedfulness, interest, mindfulness, notice, observation, scrutiny, vigilance, watch, watchfulness

regard

(Esteem), noun admiration, affection, approbation, approval, attachment, awe, celebrity, consideration, credit, deference, devotion, distinction, estimation, fame, famousness, favor, fondness, good name, honor, interest, judgment, liking, loyalty, note, opinion, reputability, reputation, repute, respect, reverence, studium, valuation, value, veneration

regard

(Hold in esteem), verb admire, adore, approve, be fond of, be impressed, be in awe, care for, cherish, defer to, esteem, exalt, extol, glorify, have a likkng for, have regard for, hold a high opinion of, hold dear, hold in affection, hold in regard, honor, idolize, look up to, pay homage to, pay tribute, praise, prize, respect, respicere, reverence, think highly of, think well of, treasure, value, venerate, worship

regard

(Pay attention), verb advert to, attend, be attentive, be aware of, be conscious of, be mindful, bear in mind, behold, consider, contemplate, deem, ducere, gaze, give heed to, heed, keep in sight, look, look at, look upon, mark, mind, note, notice, observare, observe, perceive, scan, scrutinize, see, survey, take cognizance of, take notice, think about, view, watch, witness
Associated concepts: due regard
See also: affection, appertain, apply, aspect, care, caution, character, complexion, concern, consider, consideration, credit, deem, defer, deference, diligence, discern, estimation, fulfill, hear, heed, homage, honor, interest, involve, keep, mention, note, notice, observation, observe, opine, outlook, perceive, perception, pertain, prestige, presuppose, prudence, recognition, reputation, respect, surmise, watch, worth
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It certainly operated to prolong in their case, and to confirm to them as their only inheritance, those feelings of repugnance and superstitious terror with which the people of the town, even after awakening from their frenzy, continued to regard the memory of the reputed witches.
A faint sketch of the lines Time intended to engrave on Gertrude's brow appeared there as she read the letter; but she hastened to give the admiral's kind regards to her host and hostess, and discussed her mother's health feelingly with them.
The king sat near him, but, without paying any regard to his presence, Marzavan exclaimed, "Heavens
CRITO: Well, I will not dispute with you; but please to tell me, Socrates, whether you are not acting out of regard to me and your other friends: are you not afraid that if you escape from prison we may get into trouble with the informers for having stolen you away, and lose either the whole or a great part of our property; or that even a worse evil may happen to us?
In a seven-syllable verse the odd syllables can have any tone; as regards the even syllables, when the second syllable is even, then the fourth is oblique, and the sixth even.
This fresh guard was commanded by the aid-de-camp Digby, who, on their way, fixed upon Athos looks so little encouraging, that the Frenchman asked himself whence arose, with regard to him, this vigilance and this severity, when the evening before he had been left perfectly free.
The popular account of them is partly derived from one or two passages in his Dialogues interpreted without regard to their poetical environment.
A short-frocked edition of Charles also regards them placidly; a perambulator edition is squeaking; a third edition is expected shortly.
I have endeavoured in this work to develop this view in some detail as regards the phenomena with which psychology is concerned.
She believed the regard to be mutual; but she required greater certainty of it to make Marianne's conviction of their attachment agreeable to her.
Did you notice how they treat us with regard to Carlotta, Sorelli and Little Jammes?
They who set themselves to give precepts must of course regard themselves as possessed of greater skill than those to whom they prescribe; and if they err in the slightest particular, they subject themselves to censure.