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Definition of Disobediently

Disobediently
Disobediently Dis`o*be"di*ent*ly, adv. In a disobedient manner.

Meaning of Disobediently from wikipedia

- Disobedient may refer to: The Disobedient (Serbian: Neposlušni), a 2014 Serbian drama film Disobedient (album), by American metalcore band Stick to Your...
- then one cannot justify a civil disobedient's use of force and violence and refusal to submit to arrest. Civil disobedients' refraining from violence is...
- Civil Disobedients is the debut album by UK Ska-core band Capdown, released on May 22, 2000 through Household Name Records. It was included in NME magazine's...
- The Disobedient (Serbian: Neposlušni, Непослушни) is a 2014 Serbian drama film written, directed and produced by Mina Djukic. The film premiered in-competition...
- Disobedient is the fifth full-length studio album by American melodic hardcore band Stick to Your Guns, released on February 10, 2015. It is the band's...
- The Disobedient Son (Spanish:El hijo desobediente) is a 1945 Mexican comedy film directed by Humberto Gómez Landero and starring Germán Valdés, Marcelo...
- The Disobedient Child is a theatrical comic interlude written c.1560 by Thomas Ingelend (an author who is known only as a "late student of Cambridge"...
- folklore, all of which were historically used in some cultures to frighten disobedient children. Its name is derived from the Middle English word "bugge" (a...
- An act against Jesuits, seminary priests, and such other like disobedient persons, also known as the Jesuits, etc. Act 1584, (27 Eliz.1, c. 2) was an...
- version of the mythical monster. The "monster" will come to the house of disobedient children and make them "disappear". The myth of the Coco, or Cucuy, originated...
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