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trespass -- as in: a "No Trespassing" sign
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  • "The fellow has brought actions against ME for trespass, and I have brought actions against HIM for trespass," returned Mr. Boythorn.
  • "The fellow has brought actions against ME for trespass, and I have brought actions against HIM for trespass," returned Mr. Boythorn.
  • He brings actions for trespass; I bring actions for trespass.
  • He brings actions for trespass; I bring actions for trespass.
  • But speaking of this trespass— with apologies to Miss Clare and Miss Summerson for the length at which I have pursued so dry a subject—is there nothing for me from your men Kenge and Carboy?
  • That any person or persons audaciously presuming to trespass on this property will be punished with the utmost severity of private chastisement and prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the law.
  • The truth is said to be that when Sir Leicester came down to Lincolnshire for good, Mr. Boythorn showed a manifest desire to abandon his right of way and do whatever Sir Leicester would, which Sir Leicester, conceiving to be a condescension to his illness or misfortune, took in such high dudgeon, and was so magnificently aggrieved by, that Mr. Boythorn found himself under the necessity of committing a flagrant trespass to restore his neighbour to himself.

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  • Since the door was wide open, she was charged with trespassing rather than breaking and entering.
  • Papa didn’t take too kind to trespass.
    Robert Newton Peck  --  A Day No Pigs Would Die

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