- What is another word for transgression?
- What is a miscreant person?
- What happens during transgression?
- What does congregated mean?
- What does Misdemeanour mean?
- What does wrongdoing mean?
- What is another word for crime?
- What does transgression mean?
- What is an example of transgression?
- What is transgressive behavior?
- What does time transgressive mean?
- What is the opposite of transgression?
- What’s a peccadillo?
What is another word for transgression?
What is another word for transgression?breachcontraventioninfractioninfringementviolationbreakingdefiancedisobediencetrespassexceeding19 more rows.
What is a miscreant person?
A miscreant is a person who behaves badly — who lies, breaks the law, yells at puppies.
What happens during transgression?
A marine transgression is a geologic event during which sea level rises relative to the land and the shoreline moves toward higher ground, resulting in flooding. Transgressions can be caused either by the land sinking or the ocean basins filling with water (or decreasing in capacity).
What does congregated mean?
verb (used without object), con·gre·gat·ed, con·gre·gat·ing. to come together; assemble, especially in large numbers: People waiting for rooms congregated in the hotel lobby.
What does Misdemeanour mean?
/ˌmɪs.dɪˈmiː.nɚ/ an action that is slightly bad or breaks a rule but is not a crime: sexual/youthful misdemeanours. Every week, as children, we were beaten for some minor misdemeanour. Synonyms.
What does wrongdoing mean?
1 : evil or improper behavior or action cleared of any wrongdoing. 2 : an instance of doing wrong.
What is another word for crime?
What is another word for crime?lawbreakingdelinquencyantisocial behavioroffenceUKsinoffenseUSmisdeedevilimmoralityfault147 more rows
What does transgression mean?
an act of transgressing; violation of a law, command, etc.; sin.
What is an example of transgression?
The definition of a transgression is an act that goes past set limits or breaks a law. An example of a transgression is having an affair. Driving 100 mph in a 55 mph zone is an example of a transgression.
What is transgressive behavior?
Exceeding a limit or boundary, especially of social acceptability. Of or relating to a genre of fiction, filmmaking, or art characterized by graphic depictions of behavior that violate socially acceptable norms, often involving violence, drug use, and sexual deviancy.
What does time transgressive mean?
Because sedimentary rocks are time transgressive (meaning one unit, such as a sandstone layer, can be deposited throughout time) we need terminology that deals with not only the individual rock types but also the deposition that occurred over a certain periods of time and time itself.
What is the opposite of transgression?
▲ Opposite of a breach or violation of a law, duty, or obligation. noninfringement. observance. obedience.
What’s a peccadillo?
noun, plural pec·ca·dil·loes, pec·ca·dil·los. a very minor or slight sin or offense; a trifling fault.