Examples of transgression in a Sentence
acts that are transgressions against the laws of civilized societies everywhere
a dying woman asking for divine forgiveness for a lifetime of transgressions
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Those aren’t the sort of transgressions that result in fines or community service.
But America too believes it is retaliating: punishing China for trade and investment transgressions, including the theft of American technology.
Any attempt, no matter how deferential and friendly, to educate the ramp hogs of their transgressions and how to prevent them is likely to be met with harsh stares.
Ingraham also called on Pruitt to resign following reports that the administrator had pressed lobbyists and donors to get a job for his wife, the latest in a long, long list of alleged transgressions.
Both transgressions sparked national outrage, with the Starbucks holding an afternoon of racial-bias training for all employees after the arrests.
In spite of Trump’s rhetoric, the U.S. still signed the NATO summit’s 79-point declaration, which reaffirmed the American commitment to defend all its allies and condemned Russia for a long list of crimes and transgressions.
And articles about the sitcom — including a spate of them last fall around another milestone, the 30th anniversary of its September 1987 premiere — tend to mostly leave Mr. Cosby’s transgressions out of it.
This may not sound like an especially egregious transgression.
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