refuse to know

See: disregard
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I refuse to know or to do anything before the commissary arrives," declared Mercier.
Should I refuse to know them now simply because I happen, for the present, to live among humans?
Do you refuse to know an animal that has laboured so long in your service?
It is a sad commentary on those Muslims who refuse to know the truth and refuse to admit their mistakes or crimes against Islam or in general but by doing so they in fact are refusing to adhere to Islamic laws and faith.
Though I refuse to know from which side of the political fence they (obstructionists) belong to, we are still able to learn about it in the course of our inquiries.
If you refuse to know any more spoilers, it might not be a good idea to read on.
We cannot know the Puritans because we refuse to know ourselves.
That burning sense of injustice fired the Blues to a win at AEK in the Europa League, and saw them refuse to know when they were beaten by Harry Redknapp's Tottenham.
In a time like this, when the globe is afroth with information, we refuse to know the most basic of facts.
Also, the individual has the right to refuse to know the results of a test.
Newspapers, radios, libraries pour over us every moment of our lives their stupendous floods of information so that perhaps the greatest educational problem of today is how to teach people to ignore the irrelevant, how to refuse to know things, before they are suffocated.
They refuse to know their place, which is why it would be wonderful to see the faces of the Juventus or AC Milan players if their coach turned into the Sainsbury's car park to play the Dons next season.