Transgression in a Sentence?

How do you use the word transgression in a sentence?
I read the meaning but I can't quite grasp the significance. If I read it in a sentence I might be able to understand the word better.

asked by Jane in Languages | 8504 views | 12-02-2009 at 06:46 PM

I find some examples, this is how you use the word transgression in a sentence:

* forgive: You will be restored, your transgression forgiven, the disgrace undone, and your life quite mended up again.

* commit: The cause lies in certain opportunist transgressions committed in their practical work by the official leaders of the Communist Party of Poland.

* punish: Mr Teague believed that the Sussex League were introducing a code of varying penalties to punish transgressions by players.

* represent: The succession is interpreted as representing the latest Triassic transgression of the sea; this continued into the earliest Jurassic.

* perceive: Perceived transgressions of such codes have led to the imprisonment and even killing of some women.

answered by Ida | 12-02-2009 at 06:48 PM

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