Synonyms of trespass
1 intrudeDictionary • They were trespassing on private property.
intrude • He kept intruding with personal questions.
encroach • He doesn't like people to encroach on his territory.
enter without permission
2 sinDictionary (archaic • Forgive those who trespass against us. often with against
sin • They charged him with sinning against God and man.
offend • alleged criminals who offend while on bail
transgress • If a politician transgresses, it is his own fault.
commit a sin
violate • They violated the ceasefire agreement.
1 intrusionDictionary • You could be prosecuted for trespass.
intrusion • I hope you don't mind this intrusion.
infringement • infringement of privacy
encroachment • This is a sign of the encroachment of commercialism in medicine.
invasion • Is reading a child's diary a gross invasion of privacy?
2 sinDictionary • Forgive us our trespasses.
sin • Was it a sin to have believed too much in themselves?
crime • He has committed no crime and poses no danger to the public.
fault • Hypocrisy is one fault of which he cannot be accused.
offence • It is a criminal offence to sell goods which are unsafe.
breach • The congressman was accused of a breach of secrecy laws.
misconduct • He was dismissed from his job for gross misconduct.
wrongdoing • The authorities haven't found any evidence of criminal wrongdoing.
misdemeanour • She knew nothing about her husband's misdemeanours.
delinquency • He had no history of delinquency.
misdeed • the alleged financial misdeeds of his government
transgression • tales of the candidate's alleged past transgressions
misbehaviour • This child's misbehaviour could have been avoided.
iniquity • He rails against the iniquities of capitalism.
infraction • Another infraction would mean a stint in a probation centre.
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breachA breach of an agreement, a law, or a promise is an act of breaking it.
• The congressman was accused of a breach of secrecy laws.
crimeA crime is an illegal action or activity for which a person can be punished by law.
• He has committed no crime and poses no danger to the public.
delinquencyDelinquency is criminal behaviour, especially that of young people.
• He had no history of delinquency.
Thesaurus for trespass from the Collins English Thesaurus
to go or intrude (on the property, privacy, or preserves of another) with no right or permission