They rang up and more or less told us not to encroach on their territory.
Personal media, in a variety of forms, will increasingly encroach on mass media.
Gradually strings encroach , playing at a different tempo and seemingly to a different tune.
rather than encroach on his privacy she might have kept to her room
rather than encroach on his privacy, she might have kept to her room
His bass is strident without encroaching , but never drives the rhythm; rather, it reacts to it.
The Forest Conservation Act of 1980, ostensibly meant to protect the environment, in effect reduced tribal communities to encroachers and thieves in their traditional habitat.
The lake was dangerously shallow, and encroachers were already living in some parts of it.
Illegal shops and businesses are encroaching on public land and locals are fighting each other over customers.
The disease came on gradually, it encroached steadily.