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trespass -- as in: a "No Trespassing" sign
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Northanger Abbey
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  • Something was certainly to be concealed; her fancy, though it had trespassed lately once or twice, could not mislead her here; and what that something was, a short sentence of Miss Tilney’s, as they followed the general at some distance downstairs, seemed to point out: "I was going to take you into what was my mother’s room—the room in which she died—" were all her words; but few as they were, they conveyed pages of intelligence to Catherine.

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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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