What is another word for Violates?

Pronunciation: [vˈa͡ɪ͡əle͡ɪts] (IPA)

When writing, it's essential to have a broad vocabulary to avoid repetitive language. One of the words that we may often come across in our writing is "violates." But using the same word repeatedly can be boring and distract from the message. That's where synonyms come to rescue. Synonyms for "violates" include "infringes," "breaks," "disobeys," "transgresses," "breaks the law," "contravenes," "trespasses," "breaches," "flouts," "violates the rules," "encroaches," among others. Simply mixing up words with synonyms can add creativity to your writing and make it more engaging.

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What are the hypernyms for Violates?

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Usage examples for Violates

If a lady ever allows her guest to feel that she is a cause of inconvenience, she Violates the first rule of hospitality.
"Manners and Social Usages"
Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood
But it may be-it has been, and yet again may be-that the law, however regular in its enactment, and therefore unquestionable on the score of formal authority, either outrages fundamental political right, or Violates the moral dictates of the individual conscience.
"Lessons of the war with Spain and other articles"
Alfred T. Mahan
The odium you have experienced, and against which you have appealed to the public, is caused by your having voted for a law which, in its details, Violates the Constitution, and outrages justice and humanity.
"A Letter to the Hon. Samuel Eliot, Representative in Congress From the City of Boston, In Reply to His Apology For Voting For the Fugitive Slave Bill."

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