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- n. The quality of being intrusive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character or quality of being intrusive.
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- n. aggressiveness as evidenced by intruding; by advancing yourself or your ideas without invitation
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In making the "intrusiveness" argument, Cameron is probably drawing on a dimly remembered era in Tory folk memory when feminists bestrode the Earth.
My suspicion is that most people attribute that kind of intrusiveness and presumption as intrinsic to AOL's corporate culture.
The benefits of versed - reducing anxiety, which would then reduce the amount of fentanyl needed, relaxing the patient, making it easier for them to tolerate some of the "intrusiveness" that is an unavoidable part of surgery, and hopefully preventing the patient from remembering some of the
He bluntly declared NATO must cut back the "intrusiveness"
He bluntly declared NATO must cut back the "intrusiveness" of its forces.
He also made it clear that Pakistan's solutions for guarding its nuclear assets were home-grown and did not allow "intrusiveness" by any state.
As I noted, the problem is that this kind of intrusiveness is not merely becoming more common, it’s becoming impossible to resist. . .
This kind of intrusiveness is not merely becoming more common, it’s becoming impossible to resist.
She found the manic intrusiveness of the press and the preposterous expectations imposed on the First Family as maddening as he did.
The arrogance and intrusiveness of Washington politicians never ceases to amaze me.