Synonym: encroachment, intrusion. Similar words: occasional, on occasion, occasionally, canvas, invade, in vain, invention, invitation. Meaning: [ɪn'veɪʒn] n. 1. the act of invading; the act of an army that invades for conquest or plunder 2. any entry into an area not previously occupied 3. (pathology) the spread of pathogenic microorganisms or malignant cells to new sites in the body.
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1. An invasion would certainly precipitate a political crisis.
2. British troops spearheaded the invasion.
3. She was annoyed at his invasion.
4. Latest reports are of a full-scale military invasion.
5. The invasion left a legacy of hatred and fear.
6. These phone calls are a gross invasion of privacy.
7. Since the US invasion the president's reputation has nosedived.
8. The air force counterattacked and repelled the invasion.
9. The leaflets stoked up fears of an invasion.
10. for their invasion of Europe.
11. There was widespread condemnation of the invasion.
12. They received intelligence of an impending invasion.
13. Opinion seems to be hardening against the invasion.
14. Police could do nothing to stop the pitch invasion.
15. The invasion has ignited the hatred of the people.
16. They are ready against the possible invasion.
17. This invasion is tantamount to a declaration of war.
18. The overnight invasion took the military experts unawares.
19. The invasion on land was supported by bombers in the air.
20. After the invasion, people were forbidden to fly their national flag.
21. The D-Day invasion was a concerted exercise by the armed forces of Britain, the US and Canada.
22. She complained that the photographs were an invasion of her privacy.
23. He miscalculated badly when he underestimated the response of the international community to the invasion.
24. Britain and France declared war on Germany in 1939 as a result of the invasion of Poland.
25. He has warned some of his more gung ho generals about the consequences of an invasion.
26. At that time the government was unwilling to resist the foreign invasion.
27. He saw the publication of this book as an embarrassing invasion of his privacy.http://sentencedict.com
28. In Modern history, China had suffered greatly imperialist and colonialist invasion.
29. There has been a hardening of government policy since the invasion.
30. They all trembled at the prospect of an enemy invasion.
More similar words: occasional, on occasion, occasionally, canvas, invade, in vain, invention, invitation, pension, mansion, tension, mission, version, session, division, emission, decision, envision, permission, provision, dimension, expansion, admission, extension, commission, recession, explosion, investigation, dimensions, missionary.