What is another word for intrude or encroach?
Intrude, encroach on, impinge on, interfere in, trespass on/upon, infringe on, obtrude on/into, invade, violate, disturb, disrupt, interrupt, meddle in, barge in on, horn in on, muscle in on, poke one's nose into.
To encroach means to move into another's territory. Here are some sentences. That ivy will encroach on your flower bed if you don't cut it back. I hate it when high rise buildings encroach on a suburb. Don't encroach on my office! A dictatorship of the majority is encroaching on the rights of the individual. In 18th century Britisher did encroach resources in India which left them Dwindling.
No. A scenic easement prevents another from obstructing the view. A landscape maintenance easement is less exact. It could be an easement to encroach on another's property in order to perform maintenance. No. A scenic easement prevents another from obstructing the view. A landscape maintenance easement is less exact. It could be an easement to encroach on another's property in order to perform maintenance. No. A scenic easement prevents another from obstructing the view. A…
Where suburbs encroach on unspoiled forests or wetlands, delicate ecosystems may be disrupted. The couple's parents promised that they would not be the kind of meddling in-laws who encroach on the privacy of their married children. The rights guaranteed us by the United States Constitution do not permit us to encroach on the rights of others. She was accused of encroaching on the whites-only section, and the bus driver tried to convince her to obey…
Invasion as defined by the Collins Concise Dictionary Australian Edition is : (1)"the act of invading with armed forces (2) any encroachment or intrusion." The British did not invade with a large, massed armed force but they did encroach and intrude on Indigenous land. Therefore they did invade to create a new settlement but the invasion came first.
I can only presume and conclude that in the pursuit of the suspect, the police did intrude on the neighborhood's sense of peace. In pursuit of cooperation, we often intrude on each other's thinking when we presume and conclude that we know what each other believes or means. To presume and conclude that everyone in a certain race has lower morals only lets people intrude on the true pursuit of living cooperatively with diversity.