intrude

[ in-trood ]SEE DEFINITION OF intrude

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTRUDE

I shall be often away—in London or else where—and will not intrude too much on you.

It did not intrude on us, nor were we permitted to intrude on it.

Even in society, the venom of party was suffered to intrude.

As if sentiment of that sort could be allowed to intrude on business.

Believe me, I am the last person in the world to intrude where I am not welcome.

We see the noble afar off and they repel us; why should we intrude?

"I'm sure I don't want to intrude," began Leonard, in answer to Margaret's question.

I do not recognize your right to intrude in that affair, and I shall decline to discuss it.

I intrude only to warn you away from my synchronized brains.

There are even no fishermen here to intrude upon your worship.

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