English words and Examples of Usage

use "violate" in a sentence

Stay away from these Criminals who violate every tenent of fair trade.

Romania said this would violate the "European spirit" of co-operation.

There was no confirmation of the test, which would violate UN resolutions.

What happens the next time Turkish planes violate Syrian air space.

This equipment restriction does not violate the Constitution, Bennett said.

Authorities are using mobile phones to track people who violate quarantine.

Danon said "any such intervention would violate the decades-long status quo."

The commission did not specify what the second officer did to violate policy.

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They found the bylaw could violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Businesses that violate the ordinance can also lose their license, said Miller.

The Bowser Administration does not tolerate employees who violate the public trust.

Does it mean anybody can violate a permit without penalties being imposed?"""

All these massacres are brutal, senseless and violate the core value in Islam - mercy."

The use of such weapons by anyone "is unacceptable and would violate international law."

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