- Here, then, begin the obtrusion, and the alledged necessity of those boundary walls, against which I have been protesting. - "A Morning's Walk from London to Kew", Richard Phillips.
- By a philosophical religion it need hardly be said that we do not mean the obtrusion of a remote and contentious theology, but a religion based upon a real understanding of political principles and crying social needs. - "The School and the World", Victor Gollancz and David Somervell.
- Yet Mr. Gaskell was too evidently a man of the world, knowing in his ripe experience that there existed a sufficient number of such cold natures to warrant the obtrusion of this heart- rending formula; and I doubt not that these negative specimens of the possible alone restrained my namesake from going beyond mere copies of that first letter. - "The Boss of Little Arcady", Harry Leon Wilson.