Origin of infringe
synonym study for infringe
OTHER WORDS FROM infringein·fring·er, nounun·in·fringed, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH infringeinfringe , impinge
How to use infringe in a sentence
A domestic terrorist designation could be used to clamp down on political dissidents and suppress demonstrations, potentially infringing on free speech rights.Labeling groups like the Proud Boys “domestic terrorists” won’t fix anything|Nicole Narea|February 19, 2021|Vox
Boebert responded that the Democrats were infringing on her constitutional rights.Rep. Lauren Boebert displays guns in background during virtual House committee hearing|Colby Itkowitz|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
Republican lawmakers made similar arguments during an emotional House debate in 2019, saying the bill infringes on the rights of people whose faith-based convictions are opposed to same-sex marriage or other LGBTQ rights.Equality Act introduced in House to provide sweeping LGBTQ protections|Samantha Schmidt|February 18, 2021|Washington Post
When you’re infringing on other people’s rights, then you no longer have those rights.I Am a Heroin User. I Do Not Have a Drug Problem - Issue 96: Rewired|Mark MacNamara|February 17, 2021|Nautilus
You can also be denied for affiliation with any group that holds anti-government views or advocates forceful action that seeks to overthrow the government or that could infringe on others’ constitutional rights.
The delay was translated as meaning lack of confidence; and the alert infringer grew strong in courage and capital.Edison, His Life and Inventions|Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
Hence the infringer could imitate the patented design without liability, and the law was a nullity.
Pirated copies might be seized (art. 13) in any of the countries, without prejudice to other punishment of the infringer.Copyright: Its History and Its Law|Richard Rogers Bowker
You are an innocent infringer; you can go right along and dispose of the books.
It does not seem proper under such circumstances to hold him to be a willful infringer and guilty of a misdemeanor.