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in·tru·sive

 (ĭn-tro͞o′sĭv, -zĭv)
adj.
1. Intruding or tending to intrude.
2. Geology Of or relating to igneous rock that is forced while molten into cracks or between other layers of rock.
3. Linguistics Epenthetic.

in·tru′sive·ly adv.
in·tru′sive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.intrusiveness - aggressiveness as evidenced by intrudingintrusiveness - aggressiveness as evidenced by intruding; by advancing yourself or your ideas without invitation
aggressiveness - the quality of being bold and enterprising
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These, after exhausting other modes of amusement, now thronged about Hester Prynne with rude and boorish intrusiveness.
Daylight, to the morbid sensibility of his mind, seemed to have an intrusiveness that interfered with his pursuits.
We explore the interactions of narrative engagement in an HIV prevention ad and the scene type as well as the role of subjective experience of intrusiveness caused by the disruption of the film.
The three subscales of S-LEES include lack of emotional support, irritability and intrusiveness.
Speaking through teleconference from Moscow, where he has been living in exile since 2013, Snowden told a gathering at the law school in Buenos Aires University on Monday the election of Trump raised concerns of increased intrusiveness of U.
One of the most important criteria for FM companies when using floor cleaning solutions is quick turnaround times: the floors need to be clean, and dried very fast with the least intrusiveness,"explained Panicker.
knowing your child's whereabouts, who their friends are, taking an interest in how they are doing in school) and intrusiveness (e.
Meanwhile, players such as Pinterest are developing tools that serve to reduce the intrusiveness of adverts, with user-friendly approaches seen as crucial in avoiding a rising tide of ad-blocking utilities.
Further, in terms of parenting behavior, monitoring, affection, and reasoning were negatively, and inconsistency, overexpectation, and intrusiveness positively, related to problematic mobile game use.
It has four patterns, namely (a) Intrusiveness, (b) Emotional Response (c) Attitude toward Illness, and (d) Tolerance and Expectations.
Rejon-Guardia et al concluded that intrusiveness is the main component of perceived advertising clutter.
The author conducted interviews with about 260 African Americans in 60 families in West Baltimore from 1990 to 1997 and offers seven biographical sketches to illustrate their experiences, along with chapters on Baltimore's evolution, the effects of economic dispossession and state intrusiveness on gender relations in inner-city neighborhoods, the concept of distorted engagement of the government with the poor, child protection agencies, social capital, early motherhood, the relationship between poverty and religion, and entrepreneurship and the drug trade in the city.