The stations were invaded by families like mine, who thought it more prudent to emigrate.
I thank God that the frightful poor-laws had not invaded Scotland when I was a boy.
Invaded by sudden despair, I sat down, and for a moment did not even think.
Once invaded by a question, Charley must answer it, or fail and fall into a stupor.
We, that is my mare and I, had scarcely alighted, when my ears were invaded by a shout.
A sound now invaded his ear, from the shapeless rocks behind him.
A Dutchman who invaded England with portraits and his tonsorial achievement.
He was invaded by a sense of relief that was almost overwhelming.
And this was the only sign to indicate that he was aware that his privacy had been invaded.
His whole being was invaded by a terrible anxiety, an immense fear.