- n. Plural form of transgression.
“Significantly, the term transgressions has been replaced by infidelity.”
“Behold, for your iniquities have ye sold yourselves, and for your transgressions is your mother put away.”
“For her transgressions is your mother put away; she may thank herself, and you may thank her for all your miseries.”
“Boudreau described Carlson's main transgressions as "sleepy.”
“But we also hold ourselves to a higher standard that we hold Zimbabwe et al. The fact that other countries have far greater human rights transgressions is absolutely no justification for our relatively minor transgressions.”
“Man, by reason of his actual transgressions, is obnoxious to God's justice and cannot in himself be justified before him: he can neither plead Not guilty, nor plead any merit of his own to balance or extenuate his guilt.”
“In his confession, the tamed Tiger gives no specifics about his "transgressions" - though those came in the flurry of horny e-mails, text messages as well as voicemails which have been made public.”
“Days later, he released a statement apologizing for, quote, "transgressions" -- in very carefully worded comments on his Web site that never mentioned the word "affair.”
“What he has described as his "transgressions" - and the heavy price he has had to pay for them - prompted one prominent America commentator to suggest that Woods might do well to convert to Christianity.”
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These user-created lists contain the word ‘transgressions’.
Terms associated with the Christianity, The Bible, etc. I have a related, but more narrow list called Imbible Code.
A related list is Words Associated With Jesus.
From Emily Bronte's book, here are some words that were used. I should learn them...
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