Trespass

Trespass,

Definition of Trespass:

  1. Entry to a persons land or property without their permission.

  2. A sin or offense.

  3. Unjustifiable direct interference with a person or his or her property whether intentional (willful) or innocent (due to ignorance or negligence). A trespass is normally a tort (civil wrong where it is not necessary to prove any damage was caused) and not a crime (public wrong that triggers a prosecution and leads to punishment). Therefore the notice Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted is usually misleading.

  4. Enter the owners land or property without permission.

  5. Commit an offense against (a person or a set of rules).

Synonyms of Trespass

Unlawful entry, Intrusion, Encroachment, Invasion, Infringement, Impingement, Adopt, Adoption, Advance upon, Appropriate, Appropriation, Arrogate, Arrogation, Assume, Assumption, Atrocity, Bad faith, Barge in, Breach, Breach of contract, Breach of faith, Breach of law, Breach of privilege, Breach of promise, Breach of trust, Breach the law, Break, Break bounds, Break in, Break in upon, Break the law, Breaking, Burst in, Butt in, Charge in, Circumvent the law, Come between, Commit a crime, Commit sin, Contravene, Contravention, Crash, Crash in, Crash the gates, Creep in, Crime, Crime against humanity, Crowd in, Cut in, Deadly sin, Defy, Delinquency, Dereliction, Deviate, Disobey the law, Disregard the law, Do amiss, Do violence to, Do wrong, Do wrong by, Edge in, Elbow in, Encroach, Encroachment, Enormity, Enter, Entrance, Entrench, Entrenchment, Err, Error, Evil, Failure, Fault, Felony, Flout, Foist in, Genocide, Go too far, Guilty act, Heavy sin, Horn in, Impinge, Impingement, Impose, Impose on, Impose upon, Imposition, Impropriety, Incursion, Indiscretion, Inexpiable sin, Infiltrate, Infiltration, Influx, Infract, Infraction, Infringe, Infringement, Iniquity, Injection, Injury, Injustice, Inroad, Insinuate, Insinuation, Interfere, Interference, Interjection, Interlope, Interloping, Intermeddle, Interpose, Interposition, Interposure, Interruption, Intervene, Intervention, Intrude, Intrusion, Invade, Invasion, Irrupt, Irruption, Know no bounds, Lapse, Lawbreaking, Make an inroad, Malefaction, Malfeasance, Malum, Minor wrong, Misdeed, Misdemeanor, Misfeasance, Mortal sin, Nonfeasance, Obtrude, Obtrusion, Offend, Offense, Omission, Outrage, Overstep, Overstep the bounds, Overstepping, Peccadillo, Peccancy, Penetrate, Pierce, Play God, Playing God, Press in, Pretend to, Probe, Push in, Put on, Put upon, Rush in, Seize, Seizure, Set at defiance, Set at naught, Set naught by, Sin, Sin of commission, Sin of omission, Sinful act, Slink in, Slip, Slip in, Smash in, Sneak in, Squeeze in, Steal in, Storm in, Take over, Throng in, Thrust in, Tort, Trample on, Trample underfoot, Trample upon, Transgress, Transgression, Trench, Trespassing, Trip, Unlawful entry, Unutterable sin, Usurp, Usurpation, Venial sin, Violate, Violate the law, Violation, Violation of law, Work in, Worm in, Wrong, Wrong, Do wrong to, Cause harm to, Enter without permission, Intrude on, Encroach on, Invade, Infringe, Impinge on, Sin, Wrong, Wrongdoing, Transgression, Crime, Offence, Misdeed, Misdemeanour, Error, Lapse, Fall from grace

How to use Trespass in a sentence?

  1. The defendants were guilty of trespass.
  2. There is no excuse for trespassing on railroad property.
  3. A man who had trespassed against Judaic law.
  4. The worst trespass against the goddess Venus is to see her naked and asleep.

Meaning of Trespass & Trespass Definition