intrusion[ in-troo-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF intrusion
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The old man was looking at her with frank and friendly apology for his intrusion.
We find no one to object to our intrusion, and go on towards the village.
Napoleon flushed with anger, enraged both at the intrusion and the teasing.
Though her presence was altogether an intrusion, it was unheeded.
I hope, gentlemen, you will forgive my intrusion on you this evening.
May I be permitted to know your motive for this intrusion, sir?
There could be no other justification for such an intrusion.
Here, indeed, in this snowy silence, they were free from any intrusion.
Were it not sinful, then, to suffer the intrusion of aught that may mar such unity?
There is no fear of intrusion from any employed in the establishment.
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