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
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.
What transgressions are absolute deal breakers for you?
Not every transgression deserves the same punishment.
Most jarringly, the report found that pulling black girls out of class or sending them home for these transgressions adversely affects their ability to learn in school.
Such transgressions are potentially serious, yet rarely prosecuted.
Maybe the latest revelation by the Associated Press, that the National Enquirer paid one of Trump’s doormen to keep his mouth shut about one of Trump’s myriad moral transgressions, might change their minds.
Ruth Graham looks at the growing strain of evangelical culture that wipes away transgressions when the transgressor appears to repent authentically.
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