Disobedient [adjective]

Definition of Disobedient:

defiant, mischievous

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Sentence/Example of Disobedient:

"You don't want to do your duty; that's what it is, you disobedient wench," said the minister sternly.

The law is not made for a righteous man, but for the lawless and disobedient.

He procured lettres de cachet from the King, and shut up his disobedient and debauched son in various state-prisons.

To threaten a disobedient servant with the jambok—be he Hottentot, Fingo, or Caffre—is to bring him back to kneeling obeisance.

The Prophet's divinely commanded actions witnessed beforehand what should come upon the disobedient, rebellious nation.

He expressly distinguishes the Church as a whole from those who represent or constitute the disobedient party.

One of the young ones was disobedient and insisted upon following the mother to her work, and he was roundly rebuked.

We never find God the Father using such language as this when speaking of his disobedient creatures.

Mun Bun was not a very disobedient little boy; but as Daddy Bunker said, he had a better "forgetery" than he had memory.

By faith Rahab the harlot perished not with them that were disobedient, having received the spies with peace.