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  • r  in an obtrusive manner

  • There the two obtrusively quaint old "pardners," Thad Grove and Bob Hill, kept house with their adopted child, Marta Hillgrove, found in somebody or other's cabbage-patch in .
  • Perhaps her most attractive gift is her ability to handle any story without appearing to be obtrusively feminine.
  • The style tends to be obtrusively simple, as in amateur wood carving.

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