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Infringement or breach, as of a law, rule, right, etc.
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  1. Infringement or breach, as of a law, rule, right, etc.
  2. The act or an instance of violating or the condition of being violated:
  3. Sexual assault; rape
An instance of this.
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  1. An instance of this.
  2. See assault. See assault.
  3. Sexual penetration of a person without that person's consent or of a person incapable of consent; rape.
Something that seduces or has the qualities to seduce; an enticement.
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  1. Something that seduces or has the qualities to seduce; an enticement.
  2. The act of seducing or the state of being seduced
  3. The condition of being seduced.
An abducting or being abducted
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  1. An abducting or being abducted
  2. The changed position resulting from this
  3. (Law) The carrying off of a person by force or fraud; esp., the kidnapping of a woman for marriage, prostitution, etc.
A criminal offense declared and defined by statute, especially in contrast to a criminal offense declared and defined by the judiciary.
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  1. A criminal offense declared and defined by statute, especially in contrast to a criminal offense declared and defined by the judiciary.
The crime of having sexual intercourse with a person below the age of consent
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  1. The crime of having sexual intercourse with a person below the age of consent
Improper or excessive use; misuse:
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  1. Improper or excessive use; misuse:
  2. Physical maltreatment or violence:
  3. Sexual abuse.
The loss of a girl or woman's virginity.
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  1. The loss of a girl or woman's virginity.
The act of deflowering.
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  1. The act of deflowering.
  2. Rupture of the hymen, typically in sexual intercourse.
  1. Bad, cruel or unkind treatment
  2. Unfair, unkind, or cruel treatment; abuse
Rape committed by a person who has been socializing or on a date with the victim.
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  1. Rape committed by a person who has been socializing or on a date with the victim.
  2. The rape of an individual with whom the perpetrator is acquainted, typically during a social engagement. See also rape. The rape of an individual with whom the perpetrator is acquainted, typically during a social engagement. See also rape.
  3. Rape committed by a person known to the victim, usually during a date or other social interaction
  1. Date rape
  2. Rape committed by someone with whom the victim is acquainted.
A sexual orgy in which men and women change partners
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  1. A sexual orgy in which men and women change partners
  2. Sexual intercourse forced upon one person by several others in rapid succession.
  3. Sexual intercourse involving several people who select and change partners.
To do harm to (property or qualities considered sacred); desecrate or defile.
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  1. To do harm to (property or qualities considered sacred); desecrate or defile.
  2. To commit a sexual assault on; often, specif., to rape (a woman)
  3. To disregard or act in a manner that does not conform to (a law or promise, for example).
To make a violent assault upon; attack.
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  1. To make a violent assault upon; attack.
  2. In criminal and tort law, an act, usually consisting of a threat or attempt to inflict bodily injury upon another person, coupled with the apparent present ability to succeed in carrying out the threat or the attempt if not prevented, that causes the person to have a reasonable fear or apprehension of immediate harmful or offensive contact. No intent to cause battery or the fear or apprehension is required so long as the victim is placed in reasonable apprehension or fear. No actual physical injury is needed to establish an assault, but if there is any physical contact, the act constitutes both an assault and a battery.
  3. To attack verbally; criticize or denounce.
To attack or afflict suddenly or severely
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  1. To attack or afflict suddenly or severely
  2. To put in legal possession of a particular thing; assign ownership to
  3. To have a sudden overwhelming effect on:
To produce anger or resentment in:
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  1. To produce anger or resentment in:
  2. To cause great anger, indignation, etc. in
  3. To offend, insult, or wrong grievously
To lay open to danger, suspicion, or disrepute
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  1. To lay open to danger, suspicion, or disrepute
  2. To settle by mutual concessions:
  3. To weaken or give up (one's principles, ideals, etc.) as for reasons of expediency
Any of various factors that cause a body to change its speed, direction, or shape. Force is a vector quantity, having both magnitude and direction. Contributions of force from different sources can be summed to give the net force at any given point.
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  1. Any of various factors that cause a body to change its speed, direction, or shape. Force is a vector quantity, having both magnitude and direction. Contributions of force from different sources can be summed to give the net force at any given point.
  2. To produce with effort and against one's will:
  3. To break down or open by force:
To annoy, interfere with, or meddle with so as to trouble or harm, or with intent to trouble or harm
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  1. To annoy, interfere with, or meddle with so as to trouble or harm, or with intent to trouble or harm
  2. To subject (an adult) to unwanted sexual contact.
  3. To assault or otherwise abuse (esp. a child) sexually
To force (another) to have sexual intercourse; rape.
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  1. To force (another) to have sexual intercourse; rape.
  2. (Archaic) To seize and carry away by force.
  3. To take by force or seize is the literal meaning of the word. It is generally synonymous with rape. Traditionally, an indictment for rape demanded inclusion of the word ravished, which implied use of force and or violence by the man and resistance by the female. To take by force or seize is the literal meaning of the word. It is generally synonymous with rape. Traditionally, an indictment for rape demanded inclusion of the word ravished, which implied use of force and or violence by the man and resistance by the female.
To set upon with violent force.
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  1. To set upon with violent force.
  2. To start work on with purpose and vigor:
  3. To use force against in order to harm; start a fight with; strike out at with physical or military force; assault
To march in single file or in files or columns.
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  1. To march in single file or in files or columns.
  2. To have sexual intercourse with (a woman who is a virgin).
  3. To profane or sully (a reputation, for example).
To remove flowers from (a plant)
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  1. To remove flowers from (a plant)
  2. To take the virginity from (a woman) by having sexual intercourse with her
  3. To have sexual intercourse with (a woman who is a virgin).
To violate another person’s rights or to do harm. See also tort.
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  1. To violate another person’s rights or to do harm. See also tort.
  2. In a wrong course or direction:
  3. Immorally or unjustly:
To deprive of something valuable, especially by force; rob:
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  1. To deprive of something valuable, especially by force; rob:
  2. To ruin, especially by destroying or removing what is valuable:
  3. To deprive of something of value by or as by force; rob; plunder
To reduce the value, quality, or excellence of; debase:
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  1. To reduce the value, quality, or excellence of; debase:
  2. (Archaic) To cause to forsake allegiance.
  3. To lead astray morally; corrupt; deprave
(Archaic) To go or come to ruin
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  1. (Archaic) To go or come to ruin
  2. To cause (a building, for example) to be in a destroyed, collapsed, or decayed state.
  3. To deflower or seduce (a woman) and, often, specif., thereby render her unmarriageable, disgraced, etc.
To become corrupt.
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  1. To become corrupt.
  2. To ruin morally; pervert:
  3. To alter from original or proper form:
To induce (someone) to engage in sexual activity, as by flirting or persuasion.
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  1. To induce (someone) to engage in sexual activity, as by flirting or persuasion.
  2. To persuade (someone) to engage, esp. for the first time, in illicit or unsanctioned sexual intercourse
  3. To attract or lead (someone) away from proper behavior or thinking:
To treat roughly or unkindly; abuse
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  1. To treat roughly or unkindly; abuse
  2. To treat in a rough or cruel way; abuse.
To assail with insulting or hurtful words; revile.
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  1. To assail with insulting or hurtful words; revile.
  2. To use improperly or excessively; misuse:
  3. To force sexual activity on; rape or molest.
To move noisily or strike sharply (against something)
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  1. To move noisily or strike sharply (against something)
  2. To strike heavily and often repeatedly; bump.
  3. Hard, noisily, and suddenly
To make a violent assault upon; attack.
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  1. To make a violent assault upon; attack.
  2. To attack verbally; criticize or denounce.
  3. In criminal and tort law, an act, usually consisting of a threat or attempt to inflict bodily injury upon another person, coupled with the apparent present ability to succeed in carrying out the threat or the attempt if not prevented, that causes the person to have a reasonable fear or apprehension of immediate harmful or offensive contact. No intent to cause battery or the fear or apprehension is required so long as the victim is placed in reasonable apprehension or fear. No actual physical injury is needed to establish an assault, but if there is any physical contact, the act constitutes both an assault and a battery.
To put in force
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  1. To put in force
  2. To produce with effort and against one's will:
  3. To break down or open by force:
To force (another) to have sexual intercourse; rape.
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  1. To force (another) to have sexual intercourse; rape.
  2. To take by force or seize is the literal meaning of the word. It is generally synonymous with rape. Traditionally, an indictment for rape demanded inclusion of the word ravished, which implied use of force and or violence by the man and resistance by the female. To take by force or seize is the literal meaning of the word. It is generally synonymous with rape. Traditionally, an indictment for rape demanded inclusion of the word ravished, which implied use of force and or violence by the man and resistance by the female.
  3. (Archaic) To seize and carry away by force.
To do harm to (property or qualities considered sacred); desecrate or defile.
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  1. To do harm to (property or qualities considered sacred); desecrate or defile.
  2. To commit a sexual assault on; often, specif., to rape (a woman)
  3. To disregard or act in a manner that does not conform to (a law or promise, for example).
To engage in plundering.
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  1. To engage in plundering.
  2. To ransack; plunder.
To deprive of something of value by or as by force; rob; plunder
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  1. To deprive of something of value by or as by force; rob; plunder
  2. To ruin, especially by destroying or removing what is valuable:
  3. To deprive of something valuable, especially by force; rob:
To destroy or pillage.
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  1. To destroy or pillage.
  2. (Obs.) To lay waste; devastate
To take by force or without right; steal:
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  1. To take by force or without right; steal:
  2. To take goods from (a place) by force or without right, especially in time of war or lawlessness; plunder:
  3. To plunder; strip of valuables; despoil
To deprive of money or property by violence; loot
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  1. To deprive of money or property by violence; loot
  2. To take spoils by force.
  3. To rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; plunder.
To seize wrongfully or by force; steal:
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  1. To seize wrongfully or by force; steal:
  2. To take (property) by force or fraud
  3. To rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; pillage:
To search thoroughly; examine every part of in searching
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  1. To search thoroughly; examine every part of in searching
  2. To go through (a place) stealing valuables and causing disarray; pillage:
  3. To make a vigorous and thorough search of (a place, person) with a view to stealing something, especially when leaving behind a state of disarray.
To bring heavy destruction on; devastate:
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  1. To bring heavy destruction on; devastate:
  2. To destroy violently; ruin
  3. To pillage; sack:
To put into a sack or sacks
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  1. To put into a sack or sacks
  2. To rob (a town, for example) of goods or valuables, especially after capture.
  3. (Football) To tackle (a quarterback attempting to pass the ball) behind the line of scrimmage.
To rob, plunder, or despoil
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  1. To rob, plunder, or despoil
To take apart (a firearm, etc.) piece by piece, as for cleaning; dismantle
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  1. To take apart (a firearm, etc.) piece by piece, as for cleaning; dismantle
  2. To cut or tear into strips
  3. To remove the leaves from the stalks of (tobacco, for example).
(Archaic) To rob, plunder, or pillage
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  1. (Archaic) To rob, plunder, or pillage
  2. To break up and level (soil or land) with a harrow.
  3. To draw a harrow over (land)
(Archaic) To strip (a person) of goods, money, etc. by force
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  1. (Archaic) To strip (a person) of goods, money, etc. by force
  2. To rob; pillage; plunder
  3. (Archaic) To pillage; plunder
Find another word for rape. In this page you can discover 63 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for rape, like: violation, sexual assault, seduction, deflowering, criminal assault, abduction, statutory offense, statutory rape, defilement, abuse and molestation.