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Synonyms for assault

Synonyms for assault

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

Synonyms for assault

a threatened or attempted physical attack by someone who appears to be able to cause bodily harm if not stopped

the crime of forcing a woman to submit to sexual intercourse against her will

force (someone) to have sex against their will

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In 2004, Todd Bertuzzi, who played for the Vancouver Canucks, was charged with assault causing bodily harm after he jumped Steve Moore of the Colorado Avalanche and slammed him into the ice.
All three defendants admitted assault causing bodily harm on January 1 this year.
But he was found not guilty of assault causing bodily harm after Mr Spoor failed to turn up to give evidence before a Newcastle Crown Court jury.
He also denies assault causing bodily harm by any stamping on the ankle.
Tahvili was facing sentencing after being found guilty of kidnaping, sexual assault, possession of an imitation firearm, assault causing bodily harm, uttering a threat and proceeds-of-crime charges.
Heighton was jailed for nine months by Teesside crown court after he admitted assault causing bodily harm, plus six months for twice breaking his Asbo.
Plint was convicted in 1995 and 1997 of 17 counts of sexual assault and physical assault causing bodily harm, and was sentenced to a minimum of 11 years in prison.
At Worcester Crown Court yesterday, Khan admitted aggravated vehicle taking and assault causing bodily harm on Maj Gillespie, the former head of sports equipment firm Kettler UK, based in Moon's Moat, Redditch.
Jeter, 33, denies two charges of assault causing bodily harm.
A MOTHER and daughter have been given 26-week jail terms, suspended for two years, after admitting assault causing bodily harm.
She had been found guilty of assault causing bodily harm on Veronica Sandeman, false imprisonment and threatening to kill.
At his latest hearing, the 28-year-old, of Lovaine Place, North Shields, admitted assault causing bodily harm in June.
Mr Lawson was asked to attend a police station, arrested and had his fingerprints and DNA sample taken, before being interviewed and bailed on suspicion of assault causing bodily harm.