violator[ vahy-uh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF violator
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VIOLATOR
But I will protect my honour, and yonder is the violator of my fame.
It was commonly known in Utah that Roberts was a violator of the Edmunds law.
The archbishop declared that I was the violator of the ecclesiastical immunity.
When the lamps were relighted she saw that the violator was her brother.
To apply the law to every violator of the food regulations was quite impossible.
A slave has never maintained an action against the violator of his bed.
He, once more a living man, is a violator of the hallowed dead.
No law of any nation on earth permits the violator of the law to be tormented.
She had known too many hours of anguish in the doom set on her life because she had been deemed a violator of the law.
No proprietor would rent him a place, for the license is too valuable to be risked by a violator of law.