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Synonyms of 'trespass'

(verb) 
Definition
to go onto somebody else's property without permission
They were trespassing on private property.
Synonyms
intrude
He kept intruding with personal questions.
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encroach
He doesn't like people to encroach on his territory.
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enter without permission
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obtrude
(verb) 
(archaic  Forgive those who trespass against us.
Synonyms
sin
They charged him with sinning against God and man.
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offend
alleged criminals who offend while on bail
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transgress
We should be confident that justice is done to those who transgress.
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commit a sin
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violate
They violated the ceasefire agreement.
(noun) 
Definition
the act or an instance of trespassing
You could be prosecuted for trespass.
Synonyms
intrusion
I hope you don't mind this intrusion.
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infringement
infringement of privacy
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encroachment
This is a sign of the encroachment of commercialism in medicine.
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unlawful entry
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invasion
Is reading a child's diary a gross invasion of privacy?
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poaching
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wrongful entry
(noun) 
Definition
a sin or wrongdoing
Forgive us our trespasses.
Synonyms
sin
Was it a sin to have believed too much in themselves?
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crime
He has committed no crime and poses no danger to the public.
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fault
Hypocrisy is one fault of which he cannot be accused.
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offence
It is a criminal offence to sell goods which are unsafe.
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breach
The congressman was accused of a breach of secrecy laws.
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misconduct
He was dismissed from his job for gross misconduct.
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wrongdoing
The authorities haven't found any evidence of criminal wrongdoing.
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misdemeanour
She knew nothing about her husband's misdemeanours.
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delinquency
He had no history of delinquency.
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misdeed
the alleged financial misdeeds of his government
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transgression
tales of the candidate's alleged past transgressions
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misbehaviour
This child's misbehaviour could have been avoided.
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iniquity
He rails against the iniquities of capitalism.
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infraction
Another infraction would mean a stint in a probation centre.
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Additional synonyms

in the sense of breach
Definition
a breaking of a promise, obligation, etc.
The congressman was accused of a breach of secrecy laws.
in the sense of crime
Definition
an act prohibited and punished by law
He has committed no crime and poses no danger to the public.
Synonyms
job (informal),
unlawful act,
malfeasance
in the sense of delinquency
He had no history of delinquency.

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