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Definition of "violating" []

  • To break, disregard, or infringe (a law, agreement, etc) (verb)
  • To rape or otherwise sexually assault (verb)
  • To disturb rudely or improperly; break in upon (verb)
  • To treat irreverently or disrespectfully; outrage (verb)
  • To mistreat physically (verb)
  • Violated or dishonoured (adjective)
  • Present participle of violate. (verb)

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Use "violating" in a sentence
  • "TSA is much more effective than the terrorists in violating the right of United States citizens."
  • "If they were succesful to loby governements in violating the privacy of the citizen further these solutions would become wide spread and they will be no way at all to tell who is exchanging what."
  • "While they were not alone in violating those rules, the Greeks are liars and frauds who are known to have cooked their books and to have concealed the true size of their deficits to the EU (with the help of Goldman Sachs, by the way)."
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