References in classic literature ?
Miss Wilson, ignoring the invitation, took a shilling from her purse.
It is all a question of a force; of establishing communications for a force," replied that adept, affably, ignoring some military mutterings about the police force.
You don't mean," he said, absolutely ignoring Miss Bartlett-- "you don't mean that you are going to marry that man?
Though he was a stranger to her she accepted his offer of a seat beside him, ignoring that its motive was a mere tribute to her countenance.
Nothing about his betrothed pleased him more than her resolute determination to carry to its utmost limit that ritual of ignoring the "unpleasant" in which they had both been brought up.
Therefore, ignoring this fellow's brilliant fame, and ignoring the fanciful name he takes such pride in, we called him Ferguson, just as we had done with all other guides.
Society loves creole natures, and sleepy languishing manners, so that they cover sense, grace and good-will: the air of drowsy strength, which disarms criticism; perhaps because such a person seems to reserve himself for the best of the game, and not spend himself on surfaces; an ignoring eye, which does not see the annoyances, shifts, and inconveniences that cloud the brow and smother the voice of the sensitive.
No need for us to sink after our capital," said Bert, ignoring the point.
It's in the inlaid portfolio that he keeps under his pillow," said the princess, ignoring his question.
I don't think it will be difficult to find a cottage," she said, with cheerful hardness, ignoring the whole of this statement.
They wish to know if you have so soon forgotten the truth or if you are merely ignoring it.
One of the prowling lions turned from the side wall and moved toward the center directly in the man's path, but Smith-Oldwick was committed to what he considered his one chance, for even temporary safety, and so he kept on, ignoring the presence of the beast.