infractions

[ in-frak-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF infractions

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For equity and indulgence are infractions of the perfect and strict rule of justice.

Violated Nature rebels, and avenges herself for all infractions of law.

For infractions of 'regulations' by a ship or by her agents they were liable.

Rome was a fountain of pardon for all infractions of the decalogue.

But this is a mere trifle, a bagatelle, to the many other infractions of which he is guilty.

There were no infractions and no abscesses in any part of the lung tissue.

All infractions of brotherly love are frowned upon and severely punished, and continued dissension or rebellion means expulsion.

Infractions of our neutral rights must then be apprehended before a successor could be sent.

Officers of the fleets or vessels were held strictly responsible for infractions of this rule.

They must inevitably experience the infractions and interruptions which all alliances in all times have experienced.