regard

All Noun Verb
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  • She is regarded by some to be one of the beautiful women of all time.
  • The series has been referred to in regard to lack of political policy.
  • The best man with regard to me is he who is on the middle course.
  • There is little evidence regarding effects from their use beyond two or three years.
  • More work can be performed using a computer without regard to location.
  • They are regarded as one of the most successful clubs in English football.
  • What is entertainment for one group or individual may be regarded as work by another.
  • A player can move white and black pieces in any order, without regard for colour.
  • The decision has been followed in several subsequent cases, and is now regarded as settled law.
  • This also provides a considerable amount of freedom regarding the contract design.
  • It is regarded as one of his best works.
  • The council is generally well-regarded, having made important improvements in education and social services.
  • Specifically with regard to the class of weapons referred to as small arms.
  • Some of Spain's greatest music is regarded as having been written in the period.
  • Within the contemporary music scene itself, there are also works which are generally regarded as extreme.
  • He is regarded as one of the greatest coaches in college football history.
  • At the same time, he recognized the need for positive regard.
  • Christians since the faith's early years have regarded him as a saint.
  • With the lack of international competition, representative matches between state teams were regarded with great importance.
  • A reign of around ten years was regarded a sufficient service.
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Meaning of regard

  • noun (usually plural) a polite expression of desire for someone's welfare
    give him my kind regards, my best wishes
  • noun A feeling of friendship and esteem
    she mistook his manly regard for love, he inspires respect
  • verb Look at attentively