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Definition of "violator" []

  • 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)
  • One who violates (a rule, a boundary, another person's body, etc.) (noun)

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  • In the publishing and packaging industries, a visual element that intentionally "violates" the underlying design, such as a starburst, color bar or "splat" on a product package or magazine cover intended to attract special attention. (noun)

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Use "violator" in a sentence
  • "The most notorious violator is Disney, who essentially made the copyright term INFINITE to prevent Mickey Mouse from falling into public domain."
  • "He recalls that the Afghans drew up stringent guidelines excluding anyone who was known to be a human-rights violator from the loya jirga."
  • "It would be a kind of delicious, but unfortunate, irony for the university to be tarred as a Title IX violator."