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Synonyms for violate

invade

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desecrate

rape

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Synonyms for violate

to fail to fulfill (a promise) or conform to (a regulation)

to refuse or fail to obey

to compel (another) to participate in or submit to a sexual act

to deprive of virginity

to spoil or mar the sanctity of

Synonyms for violate

fail to agree with

destroy

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violate the sacred character of a place or language

force (someone) to have sex against their will

destroy and strip of its possession

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Pir Wadhai Police conducted search operation and arrested Hotel owner Naved and Gilgit hotel Owner Kashif Paqiza Hotel owner Faqeer and Giglit Balistan Hotel owner Shujaat for violating Security Ordinance.
With the help of compliance experts, a company can review its internal and external communications practices--to see whether they comply with regulation FD--and reduce the likelihood of its violating the rule, as company B did.
Few people question that cases such as Bowers and Lawrence--in which people actually are arrested and charged with violating a sodomy law--are rare.
The consequences of violating Circular 230 can be quite serious and can affect practitioners' licensure and livelihood.
Supreme Court will probably then decide to review the tax and find it invalid as violating the Free Rivers Doctrine.
In another recent action, HUD is investigating members of a Westlake Village, California, property-owners association for possibly violating the Fair Housing Act.
The bureau's predecessor, The Bureau of Export Administration, fined a mobile equipment manufacturer $95,000 in 2002 to settle allegations of violating the rules.
On a tip-off, the Saddar police conducted search operation in the area and rounded up Arshad, Umar, Zafar, Mustaq, Abbass and Saeed for violating the Security Ordinance and incomplete documents.
As the CP (or T) violating phase of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa (CKM) matrix is associated with the sector of heavy quarks, in the field of low energy physics the expected mechanism of T-violation is connected with meson exchange between nucleons [1].
Tom Green, 55, was convicted in 2001 of violating the state law against polygamy but appealed the conviction arguing that the bigamy ban is a violation of his right to free exercise of religion.
38) When officers intentionally withhold Brady material from the prosecutors with whom they work, they are clearly subjecting themselves to personal liability for violating a defendant's constitutional rights to due process.
Lane, two paraplegics sued Tennessee, arguing that the state was violating federal law by not providing disabled people access to courthouses.
April 25: Bradley is arrested for violating probation after trying to enter his estranged wife's Ojai home while under the influence of alcohol.
The Cheek Court held that a good-faith misunderstanding of the law or a good-faith belief that one is not violating the law negates willfulness, whether or not the claimed belief or misunderstanding is objectively reasonable.