Definition of infringement:
intrusion, obtrusion, aggression, encroachment, enter, ravishment, infraction, irreverence, violation, onslaught, contravention, incursion, trespass, invasion, assault, misdemeanor, usurpation, offence, offense, right, misdemeanour, onset, entrenchment, attack, rape, impingement.
- crime (part of speech: noun)
- noncompliance (part of speech: noun)
To do so would be felt by every member of experience to be an infringement on the prerogative of his sovereign; and it may be added that a contrary practice would certainly open the door to intrigue, or, what would be equally bad, a suspicion of intrigue, and would thus inevitably diminish the weight which even the Opposition desire to see a Prime- minister possess both in Parliament and in the country.- "The Constitutional History of England From 1760 to 1860", Charles Duke Yonge.
- "Edgar Saltus: The Man", Marie Saltus.
- "State of the Union Addresses of Calvin Coolidge", Calvin Coolidge.