encroachment

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That which is gained by such unlawful intrusion
An unlawful diminution of the possessions of another
An intrusion upon another's possessions or rights; infringement
An entry into a place or area that was previously uncommon; an advance beyond former borders; intrusion; incursion
{n} an unlawful intrusion on right
- Any building, improvement or structure located on one property (such as a wall, fence or driveway) that intrudes upon the property of another
a structure or part of a structure that occupies the property of another
A building, a part of a building, or an obstruction (e g a fence or a wall) that physically intrudes upon or overlaps into the property of another
A building, a part of a building, or an obstruction that physically intrudes upon, overlaps, or trespasses upon the property of another A survey can establish whether an encroachment is occurring (More on surveys)
An improvement that intrudes illegally on another’s property
entry to another's property without right or permission
Generally construction onto the property of another, such as a wall, fence, building, etc
A property improvement or obstruction that physically intrudes upon the property of another
an improvement that illegally violates another's property or rights to use that property
That portion of one persons property that extends beyond their legal property line, thereby encroaching on another's property, such as a fence, deck or out-building (shed)
Trespass; the building of a structure or construction of any improvements partly or wholly on the property of another
The extension of an improvement onto the land of another
influencing strongly; "they resented the impingement of American values on European culture"
An improvement that intrudes illegally on another's property
When a part of a building or other improvement from an adjoining property reaches beyond the property line of another
disapproval You can describe the action or process of encroaching on something as encroachment. It's a sign of the encroachment of commercialism in medicine
Any building, improvement or structure located on one property (such as a wall, fence or driveway) that intrudes upon the property of another
That which is taken by encroaching on another
An obstruction, building or part of a building that intrudes beyond a legal boundary onto neighboring private or public land, or a building extending beyond the building line
>> Generally, an improvement, such as a wall, fence or building, that extends onto the property of another
any entry into an area not previously occupied; "an invasion of tourists"; "an invasion of locusts"
The intrusion of a structure which extends, without permission, over a property line, easement boundary or building setback line
An obstruction, building, or part of a building or other improvement that intrudes beyond a legal boundary onto neighboring land A common example would be fences or walls that are built on the other side of a property line and thereby "encroach" on the neighbors property
An intrusion upon anothers possessions or rights; infringement
An obstruction, building, or part of a building that intrudes beyond a legal boundary onto neighboring private or public land, or a building extending beyond the building line
An intrusion onto an adjoining property Common examples are a fence, storage shed, or overhanging roofline that partially (or even fully) extends over the property line of the adjoining property
The act of entering gradually or silently upon the rights or possessions of another; unlawful intrusion
The intrusion across the property line and into one property of an improvement to a neighboring property May result in a claim for adverse possession if the encroachment is unchallenged for a long period of time
{i} infringement, trespass, intrusion, invasion
Any physical condition or improvement belonging to another person that intrudes upon a part of your property; or any physical condition or improvement belonging to you that intrudes upon the property of another person An encroachment on your property may be the result of survey error or negligence A common example is a neighbor's fence which is built on your property by mistake
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Encroachment

Shorey was among the most vociferous opponents of the encroach of scientism and utilitarianism in education and society in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

encroach
to advance gradually beyond due limits
encroach
to intrude unrightfully on someone else's rights or territory

Because change itself would absolutely stay-stable, and again, conversely, stability itself would change, if each of them encroached on the other.

encroach
to invade partially or insidiously and appropriate the possessions of another
encroach
{v} to invade, intrude, advance
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Contacting an opposing player before the snap Encroaching is illegal, with a five-yard penalty
encroach
To seize, appropriate
encroach
To enter by gradual steps or by stealth into the possessions or rights of another; to trespass; to intrude; to trench; commonly with on or upon; as, to encroach on a neighbor; to encroach on the highway
encroach
Advance gradually beyond due limits
encroach
{f} advance beyond proper limits, infringe, trespass, intrude, invade
encroach
To make illegal contact with an opposing player before the snap Encroaching is illegal and results in a five-yard penalty
encroach
Paying out of money or assets held in trust to a beneficiary
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If something encroaches on a place, it spreads and takes over more and more of that place. The rhododendrons encroached ever more on the twisting drive I turned into the dirt road and followed it through encroaching trees and bushes
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impinge or infringe upon; "This impinges on my rights as an individual"; "This matter entrenches on other domains"
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To intrude unrightfully on someone elses rights or territory
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disapproval If one thing encroaches on another, the first thing spreads or becomes stronger, and slowly begins to restrict the power, range, or effectiveness of the second thing. The new institutions do not encroach on political power The movie industry had chosen to ignore the encroaching competition of television
encroach
advance beyond the usual limit
encroachments
plural of encroachment
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    Silbentrennung

    en·croach·ment

    Türkische aussprache

    enkrōçmınt

    Aussprache

    /enˈkrōʧmənt/ /ɛnˈkroʊʧmənt/

    Etymologie

    [ in-'krOch, en- ] (intransitive verb.) circa 1534. Middle English encrochen to get, seize, from Middle French encrochier, from Old French, from en- + croc, croche hook; more at CROCHET.

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