Definition of intrusive:
invasive, inquiring, meddling, busy, busybodied, troublous, disturbing, disruptive, unsettling, curious, participate, peeping, untimely, troublesome, searching, upsetting, impertinent, officious, pain, inquisitive, plutonic, scrutinizing, distressing, encroaching, worrisome, intruding, irruptive, eruptive, perturbing, interfering, distressful, rude, trespassing, happy, disquieting, meddlesome.
- "Father Damien an Open Letter to the Reverend Dr. Hyde of Honolulu", Robert Louis Stevenson.
- "They of the High Trails", Hamlin Garland.
My father sat down beside me on the bench- pushed aside an intrusive branch of clematis- finally, because it would come back and tickle his bald pate, broke it off, and threw it into the river: then, leaning on his stick with both hands, eyed John Halifax sharply, all over, from top to toe.- "John Halifax, Gentleman", Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.