Definition of nonobservance in English:

nonobservance

noun

  • Failure to fulfill or comply with an obligation, rule, or custom.

    • ‘The non-observance of feeding rules and medical prevention, leads to many more diseases than otherwise would be the case.’
    • ‘If a violation of one of those rights and freedoms is the result of a non-observance of the obligation in the enactment of domestic legislation, the responsibility of the State is engaged.’
    • ‘The first of these relates to the non-observance of the accord.’
    • ‘Flouting of convention can provoke conflict which is just as sharp as that caused by non-observance of laws.’
    • ‘The National Roads Authority 1999 Survey of Free Speeds quantifies widespread non-observance of speed limits by all classes of traffic.’
    contravention, breach, infringement, infraction, breaking, transgression, non-observance, lack of compliance with, disobeying, disobedience, defiance, defying, flouting, flying in the face of, rebelling against
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Pronunciation:

nonobservance

/ˌnänəbˈzərvəns/