One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘there is no excuse for trespassing on railway property’
enter without permission, intrude on, encroach on, invade, infringe, impinge on
archaic entrench on
2‘I must not trespass on your good nature’
take advantage of, impose on, make use of, play on, exploit, abuse, make unfair claims on
3‘he found it increasingly hard to forgive those who trespassed against him’
wrong, do wrong to, cause harm to
1‘clearly, he is guilty of trespass’
unlawful entry, intrusion, encroachment, invasion, infringement, impingement
2‘he asked forgiveness for his trespasses’
sin, wrong, wrongdoing, transgression, crime, offence, misdeed, misdemeanour, error, lapse, fall from grace
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