intrusions

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I would have defied their scoundrelism as much as I have scorned all the other intrusions of life.

The country swarms with savage Indians, who are jealous of the intrusions of strangers.

I withdrew the "intrusions" with difficulty, and returned to the woman who had fainted.

I've no time or taste for it, and I don't wish to be annoyed by intrusions into my home.

It does not follow that all intrusions were those of conquerors.

The very name itself is a bulwark against the intrusions of romance.

My only safety was in bed, but even there intrusions were frequent.

Besides, they might even resent your little calls as intrusions.

We do not wish to dictate, but hope for the best, begging pardon for intrusions.

For the children's intrusions are not quite the only cloud in Talbot's Whitsun sky.