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Definition of "encroached" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of encroach. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "encroached" in a sentence
  • "Osama didn't give one whit about the us until we "encroached" on his holy "Saudi Arabia" (you know, the same one his group has planned to attack on numerous occasions)."
  • "One boy could never forget how he drew a distinction between “mere amusement” and “such as encroached on the next day’s duties, ” nor the tone of voice with which the Doctor added “and then it immediately becomes what St. Paul calls revelling."
  • "The road in front of Fortis Hospital in Mohali is "encroached"."