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What is another word for trespass?

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Entry to a person's land or property without permission
“There is no question of there being any trespass on the plaintiff's premises.”
A sin or transgression
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“She sent ahead gifts, abased herself at David's feet, and spoke of her servanthood with firmness, asking him to forgive her trespass.”
An act of defying or failing to observe a law, agreement, or code of conduct
“Does he mean that such an extension of the meaning of words is in some degree a trespass against the laws of language?”
The action of intervening or meddling in the affairs of others
An act of entering somewhere with the intent to steal or commit some other offense
An act of intrusion into the personal life of another
To enter someone's land or property without permission
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“No one would trespass on our land without being invited.”
To commit an error or offense
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“Those who trespass against norms are punished if they are caught, possibly even in court.”
To fail to conform to a rule, law, regulation or obligation
“Anyhow, I am ready to trespass the laws of propriety if only I can get in somehow or other.”
To offend against, to wrong (someone)
“The man that will not forgive cannot be a subject in this kingdom where there is forgiveness, because he wishes none to trespass against him without making them suffer for it.”
To (unfairly) exploit or take advantage of (something)
“She really must not trespass on his hospitality.”
To force one's way into a place or building illegally
To act on one's own authority, without asking for permission
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