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Word: intrude

Definition: put or force in without being asked; trespass; enter as an uninvited person; Ex. intrude one's own opinion into the report; CF. thrust in


Sentences Containing 'intrude'

Barrande, which intrude for a period in the midst of an older formation, and then allow the pre-existing fauna to reappear; but Lyell's explanation, namely, that it is a case of temporary migration from a distinct geographical province, seems satisfactory.
Both IX Nikkor lenses (1996), for Nikon's Advanced Photo System (APS) film SLRs and very old "invasive" Nikkor 35 mm fisheye lenses must not be mounted on the FM10, as their rear elements will intrude far enough into the mirror box to cause damage.
But self, though it would intrude, could not engross her.
But when they intrude, we have this frantic result`It will be probably a long time before the ladies'stand presents such a sea of foam like loveliness as it did yesterday.
It is about one man against the system, and it does not permit other matters to intrude."
Painful recollections will intrude which can not, which ought not, to be repelled.
that I would not intrude upon his kindness, were I in any other position than on the confines of distraction.

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