intrusion definition

  • noun:
    • 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

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