Noun(1) any entry into an area not previously occupied(2) entrance by force or without permission or welcome(3) the forcing of molten rock into fissures or between strata of an earlier rock formation(4) rock produced by an intrusive process(5) entry to another's property without right or permission
(1) No other Labour minister could have got away with challenging arranged marriages without being accused of unwarranted intrusion into the customs of Asian communities.(2) He also hit out at what he called the excessive levels of intrusion into his private life that sections of the media had engaged in during the controversy.(3) The Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee, in a tougher than expected report on media intrusion into individuals' private lives, said action had to be taken.(4) You tell me which is the bigger intrusion into the average American's liberty?(5) they oppose the excavations as an intrusion on their heritage(6) The issue split Republicans, many of whom saw it as government intrusion into an intensely private matter.(7) Baked contacts with host rocks indicate that metamorphism associated with intrusion predates shearing.(8) I ask if tabloid intrusion into the personal lives of the famous has turned the judiciary against the press, which could make it easier for Establishment figures to hush up real scandals such as corruption.(9) We in the UK hold certain freedoms sacred - freedom of speech, freedom of movement, freedom of religious belief, freedom from intrusion into our private lives.(10) he was furious about this intrusion into his private life(11) It was felt that vehicles parked on the land would present an ├ö├ç├┐urban and unsightly intrusion into an attractive riverside location├ö├ç├û.(12) Would you be horrified at the intrusion into your privacy?(13) Liberals became increasingly confident as polls showed the public overwhelmingly concerned about federal intrusion into a private family matter.(14) Or maybe you worry it's just a step too far, an unwarranted, unworkable intrusion into your privacy.(15) In both areas, the silicic magmatism is thought to have been a result of intrusion of mantle-derived mafic magmas into extending crust.(16) But each uptick in protection will typically come at the cost of more intrusion into the privacy of ordinary people.
(1) intrusion :: ymwthiad
2. violation ::
3. invasion ::
Different Formsintrusion, intrusions
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