flouting, present participle; flouts, 3rd person singular present; flouted, past participle; flouted, past tense;
Openly disregard (a rule, law or convention)
these same companies still flout basic ethical practices
the women pointed and flouted at her
scoff: treat with contemptuous disregard; "flout the rules"
jeer: laugh at with contempt and derision; "The crowd jeered at the speaker"
An insult (also called putdown) is an expression, statement (or sometimes behavior) which is considered degrading and offensive. Insults may be intentional or accidental. ...
To express contempt for the rules by word or action; To scorn
(flouts) mocks or scoffs at, shows contempt for.
mofa; insulto; mofarse; insultar; incumplir; no hacer caso; ignorar
aka Floating Outlet®. Attached to the outlet of a liquid storage tank, a floating vessel pivoting on a flexible pipe connection. When the tank is full the vessel sinks, opening the outlet to the contents of the tank.
means to openly disregard laws or the way things are done, not flaunt which means to display something ostentatiously. [So, you wouldn’t flout your four carat diamond ring in front of your girlfriends.]