Synonyms of 'trespass'
to go onto somebody else's property without permissionThey were trespassing on private property.
(archaic Forgive those who trespass against us.
the act or an instance of trespassingYou could be prosecuted for trespass.
a sin or wrongdoingForgive us our trespasses.
Was it a sin to have believed too much in themselves?
He has committed no crime and poses no danger to the public.
Hypocrisy is one fault of which he cannot be accused.
It is a criminal offence to sell goods which are unsafe.
The congressman was accused of a breach of secrecy laws.
He was dismissed from his job for gross misconduct.
The authorities haven't found any evidence of criminal wrongdoing.
She knew nothing about her husband's misdemeanours.
He had no history of delinquency.
the alleged financial misdeeds of his government
tales of the candidate's alleged past transgressions
This child's misbehaviour could have been avoided.
He rails against the iniquities of capitalism.
Another infraction would mean a stint in a probation centre.
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in the sense of breach
a breaking of a promise, obligation, etc.The congressman was accused of a breach of secrecy laws.
in the sense of crime
an act prohibited and punished by lawHe has committed no crime and poses no danger to the public.
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Thesaurus for trespass from the Collins English Thesaurus