interloping

[ in-ter-lohp, in-ter-lohp ]SEE DEFINITION OF interloping
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERLOPING

But for this interloping, distant relative from foreign shores they were prepared.

The Good Intent is broken up; her interloping is over for good and all.

He knocked the interloping quill in the direction of its owner.

Also how do we know but that the interloping fellow Fynes is an agent for a whisky firm perhaps?

Their fathers were, in their own opinion, striving for the ancient rights of the town against an interloping Smith.

He was not going to be robbed of his triumph by a bunch of rascally, interloping vermin like wolves.

This line was interrupted by one interloping usurper between the thirteenth and fourteenth.

He felt sure he should cordially hate this horrid, interesting, interloping fellow, Sam's brother.

I have healed as many men by bleeding as that interloping Arabist has killed for want of it.

Should any interloping dog try to establish a right to share the feast he can only gain his footing after a victorious battle.