Synonyms of invade in English:

invade

verb

  • 1 the island was invaded by the Axis powers
    occupy, conquer, capture, seize, take (over), annex, win, gain, secure; march into, overrun, overwhelm, storm, descend on, swoop on, swarm over, surge over, make inroads on; attack, assail, assault, raid, plunder, maraud
    [Antonyms] withdraw from
  • 2 I was angry that someone had invaded our privacy
    intrude on, violate, encroach on, infringe on, trespass on, obtrude on, burst in on, interrupt, disturb, disrupt
    informal horn in on, muscle in on
    archaic entrench on
    [Antonyms] respect
  • 3 the feeling of betrayal that had invaded my being
    permeate, pervade, fill, spread through/over, diffuse through, imbue, perfuse, be disseminated through, flow through; assail, attack, take over
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