Tending to intrude; doing that which is not welcome; interrupting or disturbing; entering without permission or welcome.
“Did it ever cross your mind that he might find all those questions you ask intrusive?”
Of rocks: forced, while in a plastic or molten state, into the cavities or between the cracks or layers of other rocks.
An igneous rock that is forced, while molten, into cracks or between other layers of rock
“The facade of the building was ornamented with obtrusive sculpted designs.”
Noticeable; displeasing way.
“He has an obtrusive forehead.”
“The office manager is an unpleasantly obtrusive individual.”
causing disruption or annoyance through being unwelcome or uninvited
“that was an intrusive question”
“tourist attractions that are environmentally intrusive”
(of a sound) pronounced between words or syllables to facilitate pronunciation, such as an r in saw a film.
relating to or formed by intrusion.