Definition of violate:
expose, vituperate, mollycoddle, break, enrapture, appal, outrage, pillage, despoil, bollix, conk out, lash out, cocker, kick downstairs, scandalise, flub, split up, muff, bollix up, demoralize, get out, go, break-dance, do, bump, spoil, flout, appall, itch, crack, fall apart, fracture, better, clean, smash, intermit, give away, go bad, demote, sin, foray, bust, ravish, damp, desecrate, wear, foil, weaken, bodge, set on, let on, unwrap, discover, foul up, founder, pervert, pause, vitiate, come apart, hurt, mishandle, collapse, spite, let out, botch up, revile, disrupt, erupt, botch, transport, louse up, develop, loot, dishonor, separate, break away, aggrieve, pamper, tamper with, get around, dampen, enchant, reave, break off, deconsecrate, victimize, cross, ruin, bungle, shame, disobey, wrong, buck, reproach, cave in, injure, subvert, indulge, overstep, break down, mar, give way, muck up, screw up, scandalize, thwart, rifle, offend, enthral, wound, baffle, fumble, baby, fluff, divulge, bobble, fail, harm, defy, featherbed, ball up, blow, bankrupt, disparage, check, gap, enthrall, sack, break up, infract, recrudesce, upon, vilify, rape, misdirect, profane, discontinue, malign, disgrace, split, unhallow, frustrate, coddle, give out, bollocks up, scotch, ransack, bring out, reveal, dishonour, part, impose on _or_ oppress, pique, fall in, attaint, snipe, slander, bruise, wear out, break out, contravene, mess up, meddle, sacred, round, transgress, disclose, bilk, bollocks, misemploy, pollute, breach, damage, die, force, break in, strip, bumble, persecute, demoralise, corrupt, go against, soften, religion, relegate, deprave, resist, sex, prostitute, stop, plunder, lay waste, burst, snap off, shock, defame, interrupt, impair, cosset, rail at, give, delight.
- attack (part of speech: verb)
- misuse (part of speech: verb)
- rape (part of speech: verb)
- encroach (part of speech: verb)
- "The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5)", Thomas Babington Macaulay.
The empress, furthermore, must be the model of all the virtues; fruitful, in order to obey the Lex de maritandis ordinibus; religious, chaste, and virtuous, that she might not violate the Lex de adulteriis; simple and modest, in deference to the Lex sumptuaria.- "The Women of the Caesars", Guglielmo Ferrero.
- "The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Vol. 1 (of 2)", Jefferson Davis.