Hypertelia / Pete Aylward

early 16th century: from Latin neglect- 'disregarded', from the verb neglegere, from neg- 'not' + legere 'choose, pick up'
verb [with object]
  • fail to care for properly:
  • hypertelia.com has been sadly neglected
not pay proper attention to; disregard:
you neglect a website at your peril
[with infinitive] fail to do something:
he neglected to update his website
noun [mass noun]
  • the state of being uncared for:
  • the website had a hopeless air of neglect
the action of not taking proper care of someone or something:
pete aylward was guilty of neglect
failure to do something:
he was reported for neglect of duty