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A respecter of persons
Respecter Re*spect"er (-?r), n. One who respects. A respecter of persons, one who regards or judges with partiality. Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons. --Acts x. 34.
By-respect
By-respect By"-re*spect` (b[imac]"r[-e]*sp[e^]kt`), n. Private end or view; by-interest. [Obs.] --Dryden.
Disrespect
Disrespect Dis`re*spect", n. Want of respect or reverence; disesteem; incivility; discourtesy. Impatience of bearing the least affront or disrespect. --Pope.
Disrespect
Disrespect Dis`re*spect", v. t. To show disrespect to. We have disrespected and slighted God. --Comber.
Disrespectability
Disrespectability Dis`re*spect`a*bil"i*ty, n. Want of respectability. --Thackeray.
Disrespectable
Disrespectable Dis`re*spect"a*ble, a. Not respectable; disreputable. --M. Arnold.
Disrespecter
Disrespecter Dis`re*spect"er, n. One who disrespects.
Disrespectful
Disrespectful Dis`re*spect"ful, a. Wanting in respect; manifesting disesteem or lack of respect; uncivil; as, disrespectful behavior. -- Dis`re*spect"ful*ly, adv. -- Dis`re*spect"ful*ness, n.
Disrespectfully
Disrespectful Dis`re*spect"ful, a. Wanting in respect; manifesting disesteem or lack of respect; uncivil; as, disrespectful behavior. -- Dis`re*spect"ful*ly, adv. -- Dis`re*spect"ful*ness, n.
Disrespectfulness
Disrespectful Dis`re*spect"ful, a. Wanting in respect; manifesting disesteem or lack of respect; uncivil; as, disrespectful behavior. -- Dis`re*spect"ful*ly, adv. -- Dis`re*spect"ful*ness, n.
Disrespective
Disrespective Dis`re*spect"ive, a. Showing want of respect; disrespectful. [Obs.] --Bp. Hall.
Irrespective
Irrespective Ir`re*spec"tive, a. 1. Without regard for conditions, circumstances, or consequences; unbiased; independent; impartial; as, an irrespective judgment.
Irrespective of
According to this doctrine, it must be resolved wholly into the absolute, irrespective will of God. --Rogers. 2. Disrespectful. [Obs.] --Sir C. Cornwallis. Irrespective of, regardless of; without regard to; as, irrespective of differences.
Irrespectively
Irrespectively Ir`re*spec"tive*ly, adv. Without regard to conditions; not making circumstances into consideration. Prosperity, considered absolutely and irrespectively, is better and more desirable than adversity. --South.
Respectability
Respectability Re*spect`a*bil"i*ty (r?*sp?kt`?*b?l"?*t?), n. The state or quality of being respectable; the state or quality which deserves or commands respect.
Respectant
Respectant Re*spect"ant (-ant), a. [F., p. pr. of respecter. See Respect.] (Her.) Placed so as to face one another; -- said of animals.
Respecter
Respecter Re*spect"er (-?r), n. One who respects. A respecter of persons, one who regards or judges with partiality. Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons. --Acts x. 34.
Respectful
Respectful Re*spect"ful (-f?l), a. Marked or characterized by respect; as, respectful deportment. With humble joi and with respectful fear. --Prior. -- Re*spect"ful*ly, adv. -- Re*spect"ful*ness, n.
Respectfully
Respectful Re*spect"ful (-f?l), a. Marked or characterized by respect; as, respectful deportment. With humble joi and with respectful fear. --Prior. -- Re*spect"ful*ly, adv. -- Re*spect"ful*ness, n.
Respectfulness
Respectful Re*spect"ful (-f?l), a. Marked or characterized by respect; as, respectful deportment. With humble joi and with respectful fear. --Prior. -- Re*spect"ful*ly, adv. -- Re*spect"ful*ness, n.
Respecting
Respecting Re*spect"ing, prep. With regard or relation to; regarding; concerning; as, respecting his conduct there is but one opinion.
Respection
Respection Re*spec"tion (r?*sp?k"sh?n), n. [Cf.LL. respectio.] The act of respecting; respect; regard. [Obs.] Without difference or respection of persons. --Tyndale.
Respective
Respective Re*spec"tive (r?*sp?k"t?v), a. [Cf. F. respectif, LL. respectivus. See Respect.] 1. Noticing with attention; hence, careful; wary; considerate. [Obs.] If you look upon the church of England with a respective eye, you can not . . . refuse this charge. --A?p. Sandys. 2. Looking towardl having reference to; relative, not absolute; as, the respective connections of society. 3. Relating to particular persons or things, each to each; particular; own; as, they returned to their respective places of abode. 4. Fitted to awaken respect. [Obs.] --Shak. 5. Rendering respect; respectful; regardful. [Obs.] With respective shame, rose, took us by the hands. --Chapman. With thy equals familiar, yet respective. --Lord Burleigh.
Respectively
Respectively Re*spec"tive*ly, adv. 1. As relating to each; particularly; as each belongs to each; as each refers to each in order; as, let each man respectively perform his duty. The impressions from the objects or the senses do mingle respectively every one with its kind. --Bacon. 2. Relatively; not absolutely. [Obs.] --Sir W. Raleigh. 3. Partially; with respect to private views. [Obs.] 4. With respect; regardfully. [Obs.] --Shak.
Respectless
Respectless Re*spect"less (r?*sp?kt"l?s), a. Having no respect; without regard; regardless. Rather than again Endure, respectless, their so moving c?ies. --Chapman. -- Re*spect"less*ness, n. [R.] --Shelton.
Respectlessness
Respectless Re*spect"less (r?*sp?kt"l?s), a. Having no respect; without regard; regardless. Rather than again Endure, respectless, their so moving c?ies. --Chapman. -- Re*spect"less*ness, n. [R.] --Shelton.
Respectuous
Respectuous Re*spec"tu*ous (r?*sp?k"t?*?s;135), a. 1. Respectful; as, a respectuous silence. [Obs.] --Boyle. 2. Respectable. [Obs.] --Knolles.
Unrespect
Unrespect Un`re*spect", n. Disrespect. [Obs.] ``Unrespect of her toil.' --Bp. Hall.

Meaning of Respect from wikipedia

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