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What is the opposite of violation?

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Opposite of the breach of a moral or legal code, rule, or standard
“The majority of the time, calls for service do not result in the reporting of a crime, but rather deal with a noncrime like a cat in a tree.”
Opposite of a disruption or disturbance, or the act of causing one
“She writes that strict adherence to customs and traditions is harmful, as it can disturb human happiness.”
Opposite of the act or state of non-compliance with a rule or law
“Confusion and congestion on streets and highways are reduced by the observance of traffic laws.”
Opposite of the act or state of destroying something
“Respect for the preservation of the environment was high on his sense of priorities.”
Opposite of the act of forcing a person to engage in unwanted lascivious activity, especially intercourse
“This world is a better place when we show respect to everyone.”
Opposite of a lowering of moral standards and behavior
“He sought to use military drill and discipline for the religious and moral improvement of the boys.”
Opposite of the state of being illegal or against the law
Opposite of an aggressive and violent physical act against a person or object
“Wearing sunglasses is the best defense against the sun's ultraviolet rays.”
Opposite of an act involving crime or dishonesty
Opposite of the introduction of a substance that has harmful or poisonous effects
Opposite of an error or mistake, typically caused by a brief failure of concentration or judgment
Opposite of an unjust, dishonest, or immoral act
“Doing a good deed will generally not go unnoticed.”
Opposite of cruel, violent or indecent treatment
“By sacrificing themselves to provide for the basic needs of other family members, they show gratitude for the care and protection their parents gave when raising them.”
Opposite of an action or activity considered to be evil, shameful, or wrong
“The disposition to delight lovingly in helping others is a virtue that evokes the energies of many philanthropists.”
Opposite of a dishonest, illegal or inappropriate act
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