Griswold was undeniably an incursion on democratic powers with a definite whiff of activism.
And I remember once there was a Nicaraguan Sandinista incursion in Honduras and the Nicaraguans denied it.
Much of the American left is critical of Israel, particularly since its incursion into Gaza.
Israel makes an incursion into Gaza every few years, and we always have little choice but to let it play out.
And they say the Pakistani government is to blame for the incursion.
Then, at last, when there was no need of it, the king landed and made an incursion for plunder into the country.
He did not take the incursion of the foreigner “lying down.”
You will see by the statement120 of the secret agent of the government that the time set for this incursion is very near.
The idea of an Indian incursion, with him at the head of it, seemed too improbable.
The Haitian incursion in 1995 used similar principles of intimidation to eliminate any real fighting.
"hostile attack," early 15c., from Middle French incursion (14c.) or directly from Latin incursionem (nominative incursio) "a running against," noun of action from past participle stem of incurrere (see incur).