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As a result, advertisers are placing more emphasis —and media dollars once earmarked for traditional advertising — on partnerships with the likes Riot Games to develop non-intrusive ads.
You left a digital footprint, your data was sold and now you’re being hit with intrusive ads.
These include signals such as how quickly a page loads, if it’s mobile-friendly, runs on HTTPS, has intrusive interstitials and whether content jumps around as the page loads.
Around the world, the rapid spread of covid prompted many public health measures that have been intrusive.
Frustrations with the intrusive machines have long simmered in some of the nation’s most scenic spots.
I stole away abashed at my own intrusiveness, and feeling that I was rightfully punished by the misery that overwhelmed me.
THAT BOY OF NORCOTT'SCHARLES JAMES LEVER
Certainly, privacy should be respected, and we should not force ourselves upon others, but attentiveness is not intrusiveness.
HEREIN IS LOVEREUEL L. HOWE
His frankness and sincerity, his friendship for me, relieved this broaching of my intimate interests of intrusiveness.
My intrusiveness had made me lose the best chance of the whole nesting season.
A-BIRDING ON A BRONCOFLORENCE A. MERRIAM
There's a good deal of talk about the intrusiveness of the newspapers; all I know is that they've never intruded upon me.
A MODERN INSTANCEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS

WORDS RELATED TO INTRUSIVENESS

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perdureverb (used without object) | [per-door, -dyoor ]SEE DEFINITION
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