Definition of 'transgression'
Example sentences containing 'transgression'
Any sense of transgression she might have had was now inextricably fused with a sense of the inevitable naturalness of her actions.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2004) DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2004)
I and my kind were cast out, for some transgression we can no longer even recall, and we are still in search of our redemption.NIGHT SISTERS (2004)
One transgression, no matter how minor, and she'll be gone while her footprints are still warm on the floor.THE HUNDREDTH MAN (2004)
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