intruding : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v enter uninvited
- v enter unlawfully on someone's property
- v search or inquire in a meddlesome way
- v thrust oneself in as if by force
- s projecting inward
- Even as real celebrities battle those pesky cameramen on the streets and in courts for intruding on their lives and trading on their images, some regular folks, from parents .
- The Baylor study tested other statements that might indicate a similar belief in the supernatural intruding into everyday personal experience "I heard the voice of God speaking .
- Though Washington has stayed quiet about the current trial, France has carefully positioned the case to withstand charges that it is intruding in matters of faith.
- Frank Lowy in Guardian Unlimited
As Frank Lowy, the chairman of Football Federation Australia, pointed out: "The bottom line is we reject the notion of another country playing a round of their domestic league in Australia and intruding on the development of the A-League."
- Ben Buckley in The Standard
The bottom line is, FFA rejects the notion of another country playing a round of their domestic competition in Australia and intruding on the development of the A-League and the game in Australia,Lowy said.
- Kevin Brady in Men's News Daily
When most people think of health care reform they think of more doctors exams, not more IRS exams,says US Congressman Kevin Brady, the top House Republican on the Joint Economic Committee. "Isn't the federal government already intruding...