- adj.不服从的; 不顺从的; 违抗的; 反抗的;
Her tone was that of a parent to a disobedient child.
That disobedient boy is a pest.
His father switched him when he was disobedient.
The parents punished their disobedient child.
The disobedient boy was ordered out of the room.
The father corrected the disobedient child.
The cruel captain used a scourge on his disobedient sailor.
I have no blessing for you while you are proud and disobedient.
He is a disobedient child.
I was very disobedient towards my father.
Grandpa switched us when we were disobedient.
Although they had the great privilege of knowing about God, they were disobedient.
I've never been tardy, absent, disobedient, slothful or disrespectful.
我从未缓慢, 缺席, 不服从, 懒惰或者不敬.
His father beat hello m for being disobedient.
He was disobedient to the government.
Adam was disobedient and Eve was tricked by the serpent.
Once we, too, were foolish and disobedient.
The teacher sent the disobedient boy to the headmaster.
Acts 26:19 Therefore , King Agrippa, I was not disobedient to the heavenly vision.
At a later time also involving rock and water he was disobedient.
Application: Lust and pornography are disobedient uses of our minds and eyes.
You will have to be firm with Class Three as they are rather disobedient.
They too became disobedient to God and wicked.
The leader cadre that disobedient communication decides wants remove sb from office of on the spot.
While you begin to Ti unexpectedly gentle pledged do violence eccentric and unreasonable later become disobedient.
In this way did Mutt read the riot act to Albert and his disobedient friends.
That was a cautionary tale for disobedient children.
For it is shameful even to mention what the disobedient do in secret.
The father gave his disobedient son a swift kick in the behind.
The disobedient son went out of his way to scold his parents.
1. not obeying or complying with commands of those in authority;
2. unwilling to submit to authority;