Encroaching [verb]

Definition of Encroaching:

invade another's property, business

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Sentence/Example of Encroaching:

Yet even with that information in hand, the report’s unidentified author expressed concern that the FBI might be encroaching on free speech rights.

If we allow the principle of digital sovereignty to encroach further, cloud service providers will be bound by national interests, and consumers will bear significant costs.

I began to miss rural Pennsylvania as the pandemic encroached into summer.

The flexibility did carry an occasional side effect of home life encroaching on the working world, and vice versa, often providing a uniquely 2020 kind of amusement.

The timing of the regulatory changes proposed by Beijing was a statement unto itself, since it encroached on Singles Day, the ultimate showcase of Alibaba’s sway.

Mr. Campbell smiled and said, "she is encroaching on your goodness already, Madam, and would bring all my family with her."

Encroaching upon functions of subordinates prohibited; orders to be definite.

The dense shadows as yet unconquered by the encroaching whiteness gave the Campagna the aspect of a desert.

Islam has neither intention nor design of encroaching upon the spiritual preserves of Christendom.

In no long time after this the town was wholly absorbed by the encroaching waters.