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Sentence count:171+1Posted:2016-07-18Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: breakinfringetrespassAntonym: keepobserveSimilar words: violationisolateisolatedpercolatechocolateviolentisolationlateMeaning: ['vaɪəleɪt]  v. 1. fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns 2. act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises 3. destroy 4. violate the sacred character of a place or language 5. force (someone) to have sex against their will 6. destroy and strip of its possession. 
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31. Groups of winsome lads violate the faith of the believers with acts which are sufficient to shake the very roots of piety.
32. However, both the license and the right to use the Program terminate automatically if you violate any part of this Agreement.
33. But this turning inward would again violate the spirit of these schools.
34. Bridges logically points out that this would violate their agreement.
35. Does a state law that requires the daily recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance violate the establishment clause?
36. Thus such ceremonials do not violate the First Amendment unless the language used in them is unacceptable.
37. Before speaking to the religious convention, he toured a curfew center for teens who violate the law.
38. The proposal would violate new state standards which regulate Delta pumping.
39. States and agencies that violate the new law would risk losing federal subsidies.
40. Integrity simply means a willingness not to violate one's identity. Erich Fromm 
41. Do children really treat such pairs as synonyms and thus violate the principle of Contrast?
42. Don't violate the law, but don't reject an idea because it's illegal. You might be able to get the law changed. Robert H. Schuller 
43. Spending federal funds to employ chaplains for the armed forces might be said to violate the Establishment Clause.
44. They could violate the Wagner Act, and nothing would happen.
45. To send a refugee to a country that he had not even heard of is to violate the spirit of the law.
46. If so, the state measure might then violate the federal law, she suggested.
47. The early universe could not have been completely homogeneous and uniform because that would violate the uncertainty principle of quantum mechanics.
48. Because the particle and antiparticle in effect cancel each other out, their appearance together does not violate the laws of physics.
49. Registration and deposit are also necessary before a court can take certain actions against those who violate a copyright.
50. Preferential racial quotas in education violate the Civil Rights Act of 1964. 39.
51. Housing in the area in question would not violate zoning laws.
52. Or rule on whether asset sales, user fees, mandates and flashes of congressional ingenuity yet undreamed of violate the Constitution?
53. Microsoft has vigorously asserted that its marketing practices do not violate the 1995 consent decree.
54. But the company has vigorously asserted that its marketing practices do not violate the 1995 consent decree.
55. Critics who say using public money for such programs could violate the wall between church and state.
56. Other activities that violate the laws and administrative regulations.
57. So how we do violate our own moral code?
58. Asking for help would violate the company's self-reliant culture.
59. Those who violate the law will certainly be punished.
60. You said they couldn't violate their airspace.
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