infringe

[ in-frinj ]SEE DEFINITION OF infringe

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFRINGE

His answere was negative, that he would not infringe any parte of his Patente.

You could not infringe in May a law promulgated in October following.

Beware of making any distinctions which may infringe equality.

To do so would be to infringe the only rigid rule in his household.

To infringe is to break in upon; to trespass on another's rights.

His lordship does not limit their liberty; their liberty does not infringe his rights.

But he must use all his rights so as not to infringe the rights of others.

Show that fore-ordination does not infringe upon free agency.

Does taxation ever infringe on the right of private property?

It is only the man who, after actual notice that the copyright exists, begins an undertaking to infringe it who is affected.

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