Part of speech:
Break or violate a treaty, a law, a right etc.
To behave (oneself) in an inappropriate way:
To violate a religious or moral law.
To transgress is to go past a limit or to break the rules of accepted behavior.
To tamper (with)
A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata. The sequence of sedimentary strata formed by transgressions and regressions provides information about the changes in sea level during a particular geologic time.
The act or process of moving back or away, especially from something hazardous, formidable, or unpleasant:
To encroach is defined as to move into or invade someone else's space or territory.
To force (oneself or one's thoughts) upon others without being asked or welcomed
To attack; to infringe; to encroach on; to violate.
The definition of a breach is a break, or violation.
The definition of an infraction is a violation of the law that is less serious than a misdemeanor, or is a violation of rules you are supposed to follow.
The act or an instance of violating or the condition of being violated:
The definition of a break in is an illegal entry into a house, building or vehicle.
An encroachment, as of a right or privilege:
(--- Law) The illegal entering upon another's property without right to possession
Right means correctly, completely, thoroughly or exactly.
To enter forcibly or illegally
Enter is defined as to come in, put in or get in.
To break a law, religious commandment, etc.; commit a sin or crime
To err is defined as to make a mistake or to do something wrong.
A wrong that arises from an action. The wrong can be actual or alleged. This word is often used in law, relating to the wrongful use of legal authority.
To encroach or infringe (on or upon)
To touch (on or upon); have an effect
To encroach on another person's rights or responsibilities:
To commit burglary in or upon
The act of contravening or the state of being contravened; a violation, contradiction, or inconsistency.
The definition of a burglary is breaking into a house or other building to commit theft or another crime.
The act of usurping, especially the wrongful seizure of royal sovereignty.
To make use of something.
To fail to please or to be disagreeable (to); annoy; offend; irritate
- Invade implies a forcible or hostile entrance into the territory or rights of others to invade a neighboring state
- Intrude implies a thrusting oneself into company, situations, etc. without being asked or wanted to intrude on one's privacy
- Infringe implies an encroachment that breaks a law or agreement or violates the rights of others to infringe on a patent
- To encroach is to make inroads by stealth or gradual advances suburbs encroaching on our farmland
- Trespass implies an unlawful or unwarranted entrance upon the property, rights, etc. of another to trespass on a private beach
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