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Definition of "intruding" []

  • Present participle of intrude. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "intruding" in a sentence
  • "You might be worried about government intruding on your life, but you should be much more worried about people like Sarah Palin intruding on it."
  • "This was not a reprimand for their boldness in intruding into his company: he that came to seek us never checked any for seeking him; but, on the contrary, it is a kind invitation of them into his acquaintance whom he saw bashful and modest: Come, what have you to say to me?"
  • "She was somewhat relieved, in fact, since the occasional media person-apologizing profusely for "intruding" -persisted in knocking on her door."