- 忤(铻 )[wǔ]
- （不顺从） disobedient:
disobedient (to parents) 忤逆
- （不和睦） uncongenial; inharmonious:
bear no ill will against anybody 与人无忤
As she was about to approach, he, alarmed, raised his hunting spear, and was on the point of transfixing her, when Jupiter, beholding, arrested the crime, and snatching away both of them, placed them in the heavens as the Great and Little Bear.
Her kids never obey her orders.
Lehmann got down to every low shot and reached every cross for which he came.
She promised never to disobey him again.
When they grow up they will rebel and become unfilial children.
You intend to fill up the cup of disobedience and profligacy by forming a low and disgraceful marriage?
She accepted their concern graciously without questioning their religious practices.
The rebellious granddaughter was cut off without a penny
I wouldn't advise you to go against your father.
- 过了几年，他成立了一个名为以马忤斯（Emmaus ）的慈善团体。
In a few years he founded the charitable organization Emmaus.