|without regard to, unconnected to||irrespectively|
|abstract artwork, conceptual, conceptualize something, extract something, impersonal, intangible, unconnected to concrete reality; theoretical, not practical; unconnected to a specific instance or example; difficult to understand, intellectual concept,...||abstract|
|accumulate and store something valuable, jewels and precious objects as wealth, put away for future use, hoard; cherish, prize, value greatly, regard somebody or something as valuable, somebody highly valued, stored up wealth, hoard of riches, cache; s...||treasure|
|act of being endeared, affection, fondness; esteem, regard, expression of affection||endearment|
|act of looking at something, consider something, inspect something, observe something, opinion, perspective, pictorial representation, range of vision, scene, see; observe; regard, survey, think of somebody or something, vista, scenery, sight; opinion,...||view|
|add a footnote, place a note that directs readers to another source of information (in a book, journal, etc.), applicability, comment, remark; ascription, relation; mention, allusion; regard; note that directs a reader to another source of information;...||reference|
|admiration, respect, high regard, regard as something, honor, admire, value, valuation, value highly||esteem|
|all-absorbing regard for the Church, church principles||ecclesiasticism|
|appreciate, esteem, respect, hold in high regard; estimate value, appraise, assess worth, award for winner, reward, trophy, item won in a competition; booty, loot, plunder; acquisition, property that has been obtained from others, captured ship or carg...||prize|
|assume, take for granted; dare, venture; take liberties, permit oneself, behave arrogantly or overconfidently, believe something to be true, regard something as true without proof, seem to prove something, take advantage||presume|
|be considerate toward somebody or something, characteristic, esteem, esteem somebody or something, honor, admire, hold in high regard, high regard; consideration, attention, not go against or violate something, regards, state of being admired, thoughtf...||respect|
|be heedful of, choose, comprehend something, concentrate on, deliberate, conceive in the mind; believe, foresee, form thoughts, have as an opinion, have in mind, have regard, influence with the mind, intend, spell of thinking, pondering, view in certai...||think|
|be proud of -, have a sense of satisfaction for -, be proud of something, feeling of superiority, group of lions, high opinion, high regard; arrogance, pompousness; conceit, haughtiness; self-respect, self-esteem, proper sense of own value, satisfactio...||pride|
|brain with hemispheres unconnected||split brain|
|Broadway musical written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe in 1947 about an enchanted Scottish village; quaint peaceful place that seems unconnected to everyday reality||Brigadoon|
|calculate, compute; estimate, guess, suppose, count, depend, include somebody or something, regard somebody or something as something, think or believe something||reckon|
|careful thought, detailed examination, high regard, opinion, payment, relevant factor in assessing something, respect, something making contract binding, thoughtfulness, respectfulness; careful attention; compensation||consideration|
|conj. in the manner of, in the position or direction of (edgewise, clockwise, etc.); with regard to, disrespectful, instruct, guide (Scottish); direct; advise (Scottish); bring to the attention of (Slang), intelligent; clever; smart; cautious; skilled;...||wise|
|crown, invest with sovereignty, place upon a throne; exalt (also inthrone), put on throne, regard as important||enthrone|
|cutting off, breaking off an association or connection, disassociation, division of molecule, separation of emotions, treatment of something as unconnected||dissociation|
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