comparing words

what is the exact connection between, "flout" and "law"

Please look up these words in a dictionary. Then tell us what you think the connection is. We'll be glad to comment then.



flout means to mock and law is the rule i think the connection is...umm is it that...is the connection that disobey or disagree?

http://www.answers.com/flout

Read the definitions and examples.

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if it were an analogy would this make sense?

law:flout::promise:break

Yes, that makes sense.

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