The act of intruding or the condition of being intruded on.
An inappropriate or unwanted inclusion.
Law prohibited entry upon or appropriation associated with property of some other.
Geology The forcing of molten rock into an early on development.
Geology The rock produced in higher quantities by an intrusive process.
The forcible inclusion or entry of an external group or person; the work of intruding.
Magma forced into various other rock structures; the stone formed when such magma solidifies.
The work of intruding, or of forcing in; specially, the forcing (one's self) into somewhere without right or welcome; encroachment.
The penetrating of 1 stone, while in a plastic or metal condition, into the cavities of some other.
The entry of a stranger, after a certain estate or freehold is decided, prior to the person who keeps in rest or reversion has taken possession.
The settlement of a minister over a congregation without their consent.
The act of intruding; the work of entering without warrant or justification; unbidden, unwanted, or unfit entrance into or upon such a thing.
particularly, in-law: A wrongful entry following the determination of a certain property, state forever, and before the freehold remainderman or reversioner can enter.
In English legislation, any trespass dedicated on general public places of the crown, as by entering thereon without subject, keeping over after a lease is set, using the profits, reducing wood, and so on.
Usurpation, since an office.—
A thrusting or pushing in, as of something out of place; unusual or abnormal entrance or irruption: as, an intrusion of foreign matter; the intrusion of extrinsic stones or dikes in a geological formation. See intrusive rocks, under intrusive.
rock created by an intrusive procedure
the forcing of molten stone into fissures or between strata of a youthful stone development
any entry into a place not formerly occupied
entry by force or without authorization or welcome
entry to some other's residential property without right or permission