noun see trespass II

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  • Trespasser — Tres pass*er, n. One who commits a trespass; as: (a) (Law) One who enters upon another s land, or violates his rights. (b) A transgressor of the moral law; an offender; a sinner. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Trespasser — This article is about the common law concept of a trespasser; for the computer game, see In the law of tort, property, and criminal law a trespasser is a person who is trespassing on a property, that is, without the permission of the owner. Being …   Wikipedia

  • trespasser — One who has committed trespass. One who intentionally and without consent or privilege enters another s property. One who enters upon property of another without any right, lawful authority, or express or implied invitation, permission, or… …   Black's law dictionary

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  • trespasser — trespass ► VERB 1) enter someone s land or property without their permission. 2) (trespass on) make unfair claims on or take advantage of (something). 3) (trespass against) archaic or literary commit an offence against. ► NOUN 1) Law entry to a… …   English terms dictionary

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  • trespasser — noun a) One who trespasses; an interloper. b) to traverse, to go through …   Wiktionary

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