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civil disobedience the intentional, nonviolent refusal to comply with a government law or requirement, in order to try to influence the government to change some law, policy, or the like.
comply to act in agreement with or obedience to a wish, request, requirement, or rule (often fol. by "with").
delinquency failure to bear one's responsibilities; dereliction of duty or failure to meet a legal requirement. [1/3 definitions]
demand a requirement; claim. [1/9 definitions]
dictate (often pl.) a requirement or controlling principle. [1/6 definitions]
enough adequate to satisfy a requirement or need; sufficient. [2/6 definitions]
formality a requirement satisfied merely for the sake of form or custom. [1/5 definitions]
fulfill to satisfy (a requirement, expectation, or desire). [1/4 definitions]
grandfather clause a former law in certain southern U.S. states that exempted white voters from the literacy requirement if their ancestors voted prior to the Civil War, and that thus enlarged the white voting population, relative to the black. [1/2 definitions]
imposition something assigned or demanded, such as a duty, burden, or requirement. [2/4 definitions]
loophole a way of avoiding or escaping a requirement, regulation, or the like, esp. by taking advantage of an omission or ambiguity in the written text of a legal contract or other document. [1/3 definitions]
natural-born citizen a person born in the United States or on foreign soil to two parents who are American citizens. Being a natural-born citizen is a requirement for becoming a U.S. president.
need a requirement, necessity, or obligation. [2/10 definitions]
postulate a requirement; prerequisite. [1/7 definitions]
requisition a demand, requirement, or necessity. [1/5 definitions]
road test a test of a person's driving skill that is conducted, in normal traffic, by an official examiner, esp. as a requirement for a driver's license. [1/2 definitions]
student teacher a college student in training to become a teacher who teaches in an elementary or secondary school under close supervision, usu. to fulfill a requirement for a degree in education; practice teacher.
submarginal below the minimum requirement; unacceptable; substandard. [1/3 definitions]
thesis an essay or dissertation, esp. one based on research or critical study, submitted as a requirement for an advanced academic degree. [1/4 definitions]
underproduce to produce in an insufficient quantity to meet the demand or requirement.