Definitions of "trespass"
  1. Unlawful behavior that results in damage to another person or their property
  2. A deliberate act leading to harm or invasion of another person's rights or property
  3. An old legal term for the act of unlawfully entering another person's enclosed property
  4. The act of conducting a wrongful action that intrudes on others
  5. The action of wronging or infringing upon another's property or rights
How to use "trespass" in a sentence
  1. The angry neighbor was accused of trespass when he cut the tree on someone else's property.
  2. Walking onto a property without permission of the owner can be considered a trespass.
  3. Unauthorized use of another person's intellectual property may be regarded as a form of trespass.

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