Thesaurus / transgressed

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The punishment of those who have transgressed the laws of the country, and the deterring others from crime; 2d.

Elizabeth FryMrs. E. R. Pitman

Many of our laws are transgressed because of ignorance or helplessness; and neither is an excuse.

There are, however, limits to liberties of this kind, which may not be transgressed without incurring censure.

Yet he could not keep silence this time; her behaviour had transgressed the bounds of propriety too far.

But another effect, deep and lasting in its character, would be produced upon the son who had transgressed the law.

Now we have transgressed; grievously transgressed—and we are suffering grievous penalties.

Such transgressions as his reflect rather on the limits imposed than on the impatience which transgressed them.

The correction of silence is what kills; when you know you have transgressed, and your friend says nothing and avoids your eye.

The Pocket R.L.S.Robert Louis Stevenson

"They and their fathers have transgressed to this day," Ezek.

The monks of Whalley transgressed in this way from the year c. 1356 onwards by serving the parish church by one of their number.

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