intrusive

[ in-troo-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF intrusive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTRUSIVE

For all his assertiveness in matters of opinion he is not an intrusive person.

This was impertinent, but then she herself was an intrusive guest.

"If they would not think me inquisitive or intrusive," answered Clementina.

I had been a fortnight at Janenne when my intrusive phantom left me on Lorette.

Do not think me intrusive or importunate if I now call, dear sir, on you, to remember it!'

“Sir, you are intrusive—I want nothing that you can give me,” said Mowbray.

He resented the clergyman's intrusive presence more and more.

They are like our flies; our flies are the noisiest, most intrusive, most impertinent creatures.

If children are in the right atmosphere they will not be intrusive or impertinent.

Because he was afraid that Claire would find him intrusive, Milt was grave in her presence.

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