VIOLATION
. s. f.
Action de violer un engagement, de porter atteinte à un droit, de profaner une chose sacrée, d'enfreindre des règles. La violation du serment. La violation d'un traité. La violation des propriétés. La violation d'un asile, d'un domicile. La violation des sépultures. La violation d'une loi, d'un temple. La violation des règles du langage.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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