intrusiveness : Definition, Usages, News and More

Search Words

intrusiveness

in trooh siv nes

  • n  aggressiveness as evidenced by intruding; by advancing yourself or your ideas without invitation

  • Until, of course, they cross some unmarked line of intrusiveness and cruelty.
  • The man behind the big mouth, Kentucky-born Actor Jim Varney, 36, attributes Ernest's popularity to his unabashed intrusiveness: "He thinks he's really being helpful, giving .
  • There is barely a whisper of a debate in Europe about the astounding intrusiveness of state security.
News & Articles

  • Five Best Tuesday Columns
    George Packer at The New Yorker on the reach of Silicon Valley Should we be as wary of Silicon Valley as we are of the National Security Agency? George Packer thinks so: "PRISM, for all its breathtaking reach and intrusiveness, is less creepy to me than all the trillions of bits of information that commercial companies have stored up on all of us," he writes, adding, "It's sinister when Big ...
    June 18, 2013 - The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Dalton McGuinty in National Post
    Mr. McGuinty said he attempted to "limit the intrusiveness" of the powers by applying them to a specific zone in downtown Toronto. "I think most Ontarians understand that there is something extraordinary happening inside our province. There...
  • Peter Mandelson in Mirror.co.uk
    Lord Mandelson told a rally of the Progress thinktank in Brighton that Labour should demand from the media "equal scrutiny of what other politicians are saying and the same degree of personal intrusiveness that we saw the Prime Minister receive from...
  • Patrick Leahy in guardian.co.uk
    Mr Leahy told the committee yesterday: "The president is in the midst of a radical realignment of the powers of the government and its intrusiveness into the private lives of Americans. And I believe this nomination is part of that plan. I am...

Hot News: The Heading Text Size Should Match With the Size Of The Image