Pete's construction company acted without regard for the safety of its workers.
Mark's father acted with due regard for the future of his children by providing them with financial bank accounts.2. A feeling of respect and admiration for others: Mrs. Brown's students have a high regard
The writing of the author is held in high regard in that she is greatly respected and admired by her readers.
Sometimes used when ending a letter or message: I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Best regards, Sam
2. To identify or to view in a particular manner: Harry's behavior was regarded as foolish.
3. To value, to esteem, or to like: Mr. Scott's students regard him as one of their best teachers.
4. To see, to reckon, and to consider: People regarded Kerri's laughter at the funeral as inappropriate.
5. To have good wishes expressed for others: Shanna regards Eugene's best wishes as a sincere gesture.
6. Etymology: from Old French regard, from regarder, "to take notice of"; from re-, "back" + garder, "look, heed, guard".