Synonyms for Violate:


date rape, disrupt, gang-rape, meddle, tamper with, interfere with. appear, arrive, come in, draw in, enter, get, get in, land, reach, lay waste. agnostic, atheist, contravene, godless, heretic, humanism, irreligious, irreverent, rationalist, secular, unorthodox, DO. challenge, defy, disobey, flout, resist. force. clean, pollute, religion, sacred. violate (noun)
breach, break, desecrate, despoil, dishonor, dishonour, go against, infract, offend, outrage, plunder, profane, ravish, spoil, transgress.


attack (verb)
assail, assault, attack, barrage, batter, bombard, charge, combat, fight, flay, hammer, harry, invade, lash, lunge, pound, raid, riot, savage, scarify, scathe, scorch, slash, storm, strike, thrust, trounce.
break a law, agreement (verb)
breach, contravene, defy, disobey, disrupt, encroach, infract, infringe, meddle, offend, outrage, profane, resist, transgress, trespass, tamper with.
defy (verb)
encroach (verb)
encroach, impinge, infringe, intrude, poach, trespass.
misuse (verb)
abuse, debase, debauch, defile, degrade, desecrate, despoil, ill-treat, ill-use, maltreat, misuse.
rape (verb)
deflower, ravish, spoil.
rape, defile (verb)
abuse, assault, debauch, defile, desecrate, force, invade, pollute, ravish, spoil.

Other synonyms:

flout, gang-rape, interfere with. defy. pollute. challenge. attack
Other relevant words:
breach, break, contravene, defy, dishonor, dishonour, disobey, disrupt, flout, force, gang-rape, go against, infract, meddle, offend, outrage, plunder, pollute, profane, resist, transgress, lay waste, tamper with, interfere with.

Usage examples for violate

  1. Early one morning, left alone, the man attempted to violate the boy. – Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist by Alexander Berkman
  2. " It is to call the spirit of the queen, if a profane touch should violate her tomb," Fenton said, dreamily. – It Happened in Egypt by C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson
  3. I may find fault with you, if you violate rules- just draw your attention to it, you know, so you will not let it occur again. – In Her Own Right by John Reed Scott