intrude

Part of speech: noun

INTRUDER.

Part of speech: verb

To force in, or come in, without warrant or invitation.

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Usage examples "intrude":

  1. " Why," said he, " does this man thus intrude upon me? - "Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia", Samuel Johnson.
  2. Hereafter you will do me the kindness not to intrude into my affairs." - "The Grey Cloak", Harold MacGrath.
  3. They don't intrude upon my own suite. - "The Man and the Moment", Elinor Glyn.