A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Misregarder, -regairder, n. [Misregard v.] One who disregards or fails to heed something. — Thay salbe puneist as contempnaris and misregairderis of the decreittis; 1602 Reg. Privy C. VI. 449.
Beeing vntamed sauages and mis-regarders of ciuility; Lithgow Trav. 228.
The greatnesse of the benefit to bee gotten by the gospell aggreageth the sinne of the misregarders of it; Dickson Hebrews 21.

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