regard

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regard

noun

Definition of REGARD

2
an instance of looking especially briefly <flashed the young man an imperial regard that clearly indicated such behavior was out of line>
3
relation to or concern with something specified <with regard to your request for time off, go ahead and take the whole week for vacation>
Synonyms reference, regard
4
regards pl  best wishes <give your parents my regards>
Related Words approval, benediction, blessing, endorsement (also indorsement); acknowledgment (or acknowledgement), citation, commendation; adulation, flattery, praise; well-wishing
Near Antonyms dig, gibe (or jibe), insult, put-down, taunt
5
a fixed intent look <fixed the same magisterial regard on all the miscreants who appeared before her in court>
Synonyms aspect [archaic], eye, gape, regard, scrutiny, stare
Near Antonyms blink [chiefly Scottish], flash, glance, glimpse, peek, peep, sight, stime [chiefly Scottish & Irish]; oeillade, ogle; browse, scan
6
archaic  the outward form of someone or something especially as indicative of a quality <Lord Warwick's noble regard and gallant demeanor set the innocent maid's heart aflutter>

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