(?), n. [L. incursio: cf. F. incursion. See Incur.]
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1. A running into; hence, an entering into a territory with hostile intention; a temporary invasion; a predatory or harassing inroad; a raid.
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The Scythian, whose incursions wild
Have wasted Sogdiana.
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The incursions of the Goths disordered the affairs of the Roman Empire.
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2. Attack; occurrence. [Obs.]
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Sins of daily incursion.

Syn. -- Invasion; inroad; raid; foray; sally; attack; onset; irruption. See Invasion.
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