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King James Dictionary
VI'OLENCE, n. L. violentia.
1. Physical force strength of action or motion as the violence of a storm the violence of a blow or of a conflict.
2. Moral force vehemence. The critic attacked the work with violence.
3. Outrage unjust force crimes of all kinds.
The earth was filled with violence. Genesis 6 .
4. Eagerness vehemence.
You ask with violence.
5. Injury infringement. Offer no violence to the laws, or to the rules of civility.
6. Injury hurt.
Do violence to no man. Luke 3 .
7. Ravishment rape.
To do violence to or on, to attack to murder.
But, as it seems, did violence on herself.
To do violence to, to outrage to force to injure. He does violence to his own opinions.
VI'OLENCE, To assault to injure also, to bring by violence. Little used.
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