violably

violable

[vahy-uh-luh-buhl]
adjective
capable of being violated: a violable precept.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English: destructive < Latin violābilis, equivalent to violā(re) to violate + -bilis -ble

violability, violableness, noun
violably, adverb
nonviolability, noun
nonviolable, adjective
nonviolableness, noun
nonviolably, adverb
unviolable, adjective
unviolableness, noun
unviolably, adverb
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violate (ˈvaɪəˌleɪt)
 
vb
1.  to break, disregard, or infringe (a law, agreement, etc)
2.  to rape or otherwise sexually assault
3.  to disturb rudely or improperly; break in upon
4.  to treat irreverently or disrespectfully; outrage: he violated a sanctuary
5.  obsolete to mistreat physically
 
adj
6.  archaic violated or dishonoured
 
[C15: from Latin violāre to do violence to, from vīs strength]
 
'violable
 
adj
 
viola'bility
 
n
 
'violableness
 
n
 
'violably
 
adv
 
vio'lation
 
n
 
'violative
 
adj
 
'violator
 
n
 
'violater
 
n

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