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Definition of "obtrusiveness" [obtrusiveness]

  • The characteristic of being obtrusive. (noun)

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Use "obtrusiveness" in a sentence
  • "The ridiculous thought of citizens being hauled off by the label police has been the stuff of comedy for years, the crowning symbol for silly, over-the-top government obtrusiveness."
  • "It can't be the obtrusiveness of recording devices, as seemed to concern the court in"
  • "(My memory of our Amazonian teacher Mrs. Dietz, confronted with the rebelliousness and general obtrusiveness of six-foot-tall farm boys with no love of book learning or even of sitting still for more than a few minutes at a time, approaches the succinctness of Faulkner's terse encomium for the black housekeeper, Dilsey: They endured.)"