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Sentence count:72Posted:2016-12-29Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: encroachinfringeinterferemeddleoversteptrespassAntonym: extrudeSimilar words: in truthintrusiverudecrudetrudgeprudentuntrueinterludeMeaning: [ɪn'truːd]  v. 1. enter uninvited 2. enter unlawfully on someone's property 3. search or inquire in a meddlesome way 4. thrust oneself in as if by force. 
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1. I don't wish to intrude, but could I talk to you for a moment?
2. He had no wish to intrude on their privacy.
3. I'm sorry to intrude on you like this.
4. Newspapers should not intrude on people's private grief.
5. Don't intrude in a family dispute.
6. Newspaper editors are being urged not to intrude on/into the grief of the families of missing servicemen.
7. Employers should not intrude into the private lives of their employees.
8. I'm sorry to intrude, but I need to talk to someone.
9. I do not want to intrude if you are busy.
10. I have no right to intrude on their lives.
11. He does not intrude on his characters.
12. He didn't want to intrude into your life.
13. Sorry, I didn't mean to intrude. I didn't realize you were on the phone.
14. Gas stations and fast food places intrude on the city's sense of history.
15. Companies should not have the right to intrude into employees' personal lives by giving them psychological tests.
16. I am not going to intrude like the voice of doom, commenting on her choices, her motives, her failings.
17. The need for ubiquitous intelligence capabilities might intrude on civil liberties.
18. Failure was not allowed to intrude upon the seamless past Amelia presented to the world.
19. The vagaries of her life and moods can intrude on the household or affect the child.
20. I don't want to intrude, but are you all right?
21. There are times when personal feelings cannot be allowed to intrude.
22. It is to be hoped that TV cameras never intrude on this peaceful place.
23. Given fluent processing of first language material, the articulatory loop may never consciously intrude into the interpreter's performance.
24. Her somnolent black eyes and tenderly pursed pink lips intrude upon the eggshell delicacy of her face with the most delicate affection.
25. The tribunal must also determine whether to permit a third party to intrude upon a bilateral, consensual relationship.
26. Three-legged, it wagged its tail but did not follow them, perhaps not wishing to intrude.
26. try its best to gather and create good sentences.
27. The view is still quite widespread that local government is about local issues and that party politics should not intrude.
28. She has spent much of the last year lobbying Congress against bills that would intrude upon wilderness areas in her state.
29. She was lovely, and lovely women ought not to intrude into the lives of lonely men.
30. Polly did not like men acting as if they had the right to intrude on her own private space.
More similar words: in truthintrusiverudecrudetrudgeprudentuntrueinterludeintrigueintroduceintriguedintrinsicintricateintramuralintrospectintriguingintroductionintransigenceintrospectioneruditedrudgerybegrudgegrudginglyrudimentarydudeeludeTRUEdeludedenudeinclude
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