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Correct spelling: intrusive

Definition:

Common misspellings:

intrerview, interivew, intrussive, intrface, intreside, aggtressive, intrustor, intesvie, inpulsive, intracite, intrsic, indisiseve, intoruce, inobtrusive, nonintrusive, intricite, indescive, indesisve, interatcive, indesive, intruive, obtrussive, inetrview, interacitve, interacive, intensicve, instrusive, intrustive, intrestef, intrucive, unintrusive, entrusive, intrview, initisive, interiview, obstrusive, unpursuasive, indisisive, intrusing, attracive, indrustial, intrisic, intreviews, intreface, unobstrusive, incusive, intusive, intnsive, inpressive, intencive.

Examples of usage:

  1. It might be all as she said, but there were intrusive misgivings that troubled him.  After the Storm by T. S. Arthur
  2. It is believed, to this day, that no mortal power, operating upon the lungs of the dead murderer, produced that awful, unearthly, and startling scream; but that it was the voice of the Evil One, warning the intrusive guard not to disturb the fiend in the possession of his lawful victim; a belief materially strengthened by a fact that could not be disputed- the limb upon which the robbers hung, after suffering double pollution from them and their master's touch, never budded again; it died from that hour; the poison gradually communicated to the remaining branches, till, from a flourishing tree, it became a sapless and blasted trunk, and so stood for years, at once an emblem and a monument of the murderers' fate.  The Old Bell Of Independence; Or, Philadelphia In 1776 by Henry C. Watson
  3. Mrs. Armour had not yet got used to thinking of the girl in another manner than an intrusive being of a lower order, who was there to try their patience, but also to do their bidding.  The Translation of a Savage, Complete by Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 12, 2009
  4. There are no Gothic spires, but there are numberless Gothic doors and windows; and he who first strikes the place at this angle, as it were, may well feel the Northern element as native and the Eastern element as intrusive.  The New Jerusalem by G. K. Chesterton
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