Transgression: n. disobeying what is frequently a social norm(s) and/or morality
Disobeying the law, stealing, adultery, and murder are obvious transgressions. If you lie, cheat on a test, abuse a spouse, spread untrue rumors, make promises which you don’t intend to fulfill, and deceive humans then these are also transgressions which will usually ruin your reputation in the long duration or hurt other humans for which you may not be immediately punished.
A seeming transgression may be unintentional such as making a mistake or an accident which injures someone and this can sometimes be forgiven unconditionally.
A hateful confrontational argument may not seem like a serious transgression to some but in married life or close friendships it can have ruinous consequences if they are too frequent and the relationship may even end because of too much arguing.
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