Definitions of "intrusion"
  1. An act of unlawful entrance by a stranger into an estate after the primary holder has ceased to possess it, and before the secondary holder has started to possess it
  2. The wrongful action of going into, taking control of, or possessing another person's property
  3. An unauthorized act of breaking in or overstepping boundaries into something, such as a right
How to use "intrusion" in a sentence
  1. The homeowner filed a lawsuit for intrusion when the neighbor started building on his land.
  2. The company's unauthorized use of personal data was viewed as a serious intrusion.
  3. The individual faced charges for intrusion after entering private property without permission.

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