Definition of intrusive
- an intrusive arm of the sea
- intrusive \t\ in \ˈmints\ for mince
a loud and intrusive person
She tried to be helpful without being intrusive.
Intrusive reporters disturbed their privacy.
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an inn where caravans rest at night
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