intrusive

Part of speech: adjective

Coming without warrant; prone to intrude.

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Usage examples "intrusive":

  1. There were no fir- branches to part them with intrusive spikes. - "The Lilac Sunbonnet", S.R. Crockett.
  2. Studying the section of Figure 244, what inference do you draw as to the source of these intrusive sheets? - "The Elements of Geology", William Harmon Norton.
  3. After this initial exploit Jacobus showed himself anything but intrusive. - "'Twixt Land & Sea", Joseph Conrad.