verb (used with object), in·fringed, in·fring·ing.
to commit a breach or infraction of; violate or transgress: to infringe a copyright; to infringe a rule.
verb (used without object), in·fringed, in·fring·ing.
to encroach or trespass (usually followed by on or upon): Don't infringe on his privacy.
Origin of infringe
Synonyms for infringe
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Examples from the Web for uninfringed
Historical Examples of uninfringed
Friendship did not bar independence, absolute and uninfringed.Double Harness
(tr) to violate or break (a law, an agreement, etc)
(intr; foll by on or upon) to encroach or trespass
Word Origin for infringe
C16: from Latin infringere to break off, from frangere to break
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