Third-person singular simple present indicative form of transgress. (verb)
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Use "transgresseth" in a sentence
"It is a contrariety to the divine law: Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also (or even) the law (or, whosoever committeth sin even committeth enormity, or aberration from law, or from the law); for sin is the transgression of the law, or is lawlessness, v. 4."
"Verily it hath reached me that thou transgresseth the laws of the Faith with regard to thy lieges."
"Wazir, go down without stay or delay and set free all who are in the prisons, both criminals and debtors, and whoso transgresseth after this, we will requite as he deserveth even to the striking off of his head."