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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


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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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The presence of R-parity violating couplings has rich phenomenological implications.
52, practitioners can also be censured, suspended or disbarred for (1) willfully violating any Circular 230 regulation or (2) recklessly or through gross incompetence violating Section 10.
May 14: Bradley pleads guilty to violating probation, but not guilty to five counts of violating the restraining order.
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 of Industry and Security cited a software company in May 2006 for allegedly violating export encryption rules and fined the company $165,000.
It is proposed within the framework of Ramsey's method to register two-dimensional spectra, depending on the neutron phase and neutron energy, for measuring parity (P) and time (T) violating amplitudes of the interaction of polarized neutrons with polarized [.
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.
Ina Marie Aguilera, 26, is wanted for violating probation on a grand theft conviction.
However, despite ruling that vouchers are consistent with church-state separation, the Ohio court nevertheless struck down the voucher program for violating a state constitutional provision barring legislative actions involving more than one subject.
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.
Harvey Van Fossan of Springfield, Illinois, was convicted in 1989 of violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, fined $450, and given three years of probation.