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
Recent Examples of transgression from the Web
Look at someone like John Waters, who used to be on the far reaches in the orbits of transgression.
The unique cruelty of a transgression compounded by being labeled a liar is a lifelong wound for those who accused powerful men and were not believed.
The second is the opportunity to participate in that movement: a participation that blends the security of belonging to a cohesive group with the thrill of cultural transgression.
In the meantime, brand transgressions continue, denying patients the promise of biosimilars.
That's the kind of transgression that can get a player lost in the shuffle, especially considering Ohio State fared mostly OK without him, winning at Purdue while Andre Wesson started in his place and was a major part of an important road win.
Some talked about shame, wondering if Michigan State, the pioneer land-grant university, had become a symbol of the worst kind of transgression.
While Sanford's loss will get the lion's share of attention -- for a lot of reasons including Sanford's own personal transgressions of the past -- the victory by one-time Trump aide Corey Stewart in Virginia is at least as big a story.
But transgression is a kind of innovation, and hip-hop’s annals of beef include a lot of vital music precisely because evil can be fun.
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