Definition of disconsider
: to deprive of consideration or esteem it was the sort of exploit that disconsidered a young man for good with the more serious classes — R. L. Stevenson : view without regard or respect when humanity is disconsidered the public is not protected, nor is the professional code honored — Spectator
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Origin and Etymology of disconsider
1dis- + consider
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