- v. 藐视；轻视；嘲笑
- n. 嘲弄；轻视
treat with contemptuous disregard;
"flout the rules"
laugh at with contempt and derision;
"The crowd jeered at the speaker"
- No one can flout the law with impunity.
- They flouted all our offers of help and friendship.
- The foolish boy flout his mother's advice.
Ah, you may flout and turn up your faces.出自： Browning
Locke..had expressly flouted (or rather..denounced) poetry as idle and pernicious.出自： G. Saintsbury
Those who live loosely and flout the laws.出自： R. Macaulay
If one is flouting the generally accepted rules of behaviour one must exercise discretion.出自： M. Frayn