infringement

[ in-frinj-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF infringement

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFRINGEMENT

He could not resist the infringement of this rule, however, and continued his experiments.

Newbold sued Peacock for infringement and recovered damages.

The least infringement of the factory rules was punished to the limit by a system of fines.

It would be an infringement of the sacredness of his expiatory vow.

This infringement of the rules drove the Vicar to exasperation.

Carrie felt this question to be an infringement on her liberty.

This is distinctly an infringement of the rights of the fisherfolk of Fitu-Iva.

Not to let us do what we like with our own, that's what I call an infringement on property itself.'

To have it thus cut off was an infringement of their rights.

Imprisonment to be inflicted on employers for any infringement of the law.

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