Once they focus in on whether someone is acting out of genuine religious belief, the transgressor is half way home.
"The way of the transgressor is hard," answered Cissy, with the harshness of woman to woman.
It must be impartial, and be inflicted therefore on every transgressor.
Deacon Blight thought that the transgressor should be suspended from office pending a fuller investigation.
The way of the foolish is sometimes as hard as that of the transgressor.
It is possible that a penalty of three days in a dark cell awaits the transgressor.
It was a good thing that from any cause the transgressor should find his ways hard.
If I'm not mistaken, it seems to me that somewhere, sometime, some one said that 'The way of the transgressor is hard.'
Now and then the way of the transgressor is disgustingly pleasant.
A breach of this convention would banish the transgressor from respectable company.
early 15c., from Anglo-French transgressour, Old French transgressor, and directly from Latin transgressor, agent noun from transgredi (see transgression).