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Use "trespasser" in a sentence
"If the trespasser is a child, you face a greater risk of liability, especially if the child was drawn to your property by an “attractive nuisance,” such as a pond or high tower or some fascinating machine."
"When any trespass is done against us, it is good to remember that the trespasser is a brother, which furnishes us with qualifying consideration."
"The man, whom Caltrain described as a trespasser, was struck by southbound train No. 236 at"