Synonym: penetration. Similar words: excursion, discursive, version, concussion, aspersion, aversion, inversion, diversion. Meaning: [ɪn'kɜrʒn /-'kɜːʃn] n. 1. the act of entering some territory or domain (often in large numbers) 2. an attack that penetrates into enemy territory 3. the mistake of incurring liability or blame.
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1 The media was criticized for its thoughtless incursion into the domestic grief of the family.
2 Locals regarded it as a provocative incursion.
3 Government forces were able to halt the rebel incursion.
4 This had been my first and only real incursion into the legal battlefield, but I was hooked.
5 Daily newspapers appear especially threatened by the incursion on to their turf of timely and in-depth local information.
6 And she thought of her tiny incursion into that life.
7 He described the incursion as the most dangerous development since the end of the war itself.
8 There was no structural incursion into the cabin space except to some degree in the instrument panel and rudder pedal areas.
9 The incursion of whiteflies into the area could damage crops.
10 Mass media culture has made an incursion into the formerly isolated Karoo.
11 They were shattered by the sudden incursion of a resounding bass voice which broke into song.
12 Does this incursion upon individual liberty without consent serve a worthwhile purpose or rest upon some important principle?
13 They were outraged by our incursion into Cambodia.
14 We know of your incursion into our territory.
15 Save for this annual incursion, they left literature alone.
16 A fourth supporter was banned for a pitch incursion.
17 But never before did a single incursion take place,[www.Sentencedict.com] which has serious consequences.
18 The incursion caused no political stir , and was played down by the authorities asas the army.
19 There are diplomatic risks to any Iraqi incursion, according to international relations expert Soli Ozel.
20 Traditional crafts remain remarkably unchanged by the slow incursion of modern ways.
21 The incursion caused no political stir , and was played down the civil authorities asas the army.
22 Unlawful incursion has been threatening the safety of computer network system.
23 Research progress of incursion approach, pathogenicity mechanism, disease resistance of fusarium wilt of gourd vegetable are summarized. And the control status is introduced.
24 Pakistanis say another incursion this week was repulsed, though both armies deny it.
25 But, of course, being known by another human leaves one open to incursion, to cast it in military parlance.
26 On the top was a pole wrapped in straw which could be ignited by the cossack sentry in case of enemy incursion.
27 Clearly it was just an accident of history, a fluke, a momentary incursion of an otherwise universal pandemic.
28 In addition, we will address the emerging codes and concerns regarding air infiltration, moisture incursion and the hygrothermal properties of exterior envelope assemblies.
29 Last February Turkish soldiers entered Iraq in a eight - day long incursion.
More similar words: excursion, discursive, version, concussion, aspersion, aversion, inversion, diversion, conversion, reconversion, temperature inversion, incur, concur, uncured, nursing, incurable, concurrent, curse, iron curtain, cursor, cursory, precursor, incubation, inculcation, course of action, fusion, lesion, vision, mansion, session.