intrusion

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Synonyms for intrusion

Synonyms for intrusion

the act or an instance of interfering or intruding

an advance beyond proper or legal limits

an excessive, unwelcome burden

Synonyms for intrusion

any entry into an area not previously occupied

entrance by force or without permission or welcome

the forcing of molten rock into fissures or between strata of an earlier rock formation

rock produced by an intrusive process

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entry to another's property without right or permission

References in classic literature ?
My uneasy sense of committing an intrusion on him steadily increases, in spite of his courteous welcome.
It was plain that for some reason or other she had not wished him to visit her, and he felt his call to be somewhat of an intrusion.
I spoke to him pleasantly, apologizing for my intrusion, but he took no notice of me.
At first Anne felt inclined to resent the intrusion of this long-haired, long-bearded eccentric into the familiar little circle.
Willet,' said Solomon Daisy, who had exhibited some impatience at the intrusion of so unworthy a subject on their more interesting theme, 'when Mr Chester come this morning, did he order the large room?
My intrusion appears to have sadly disturbed the two gentlemen.
He lightly waved a new handkerchief to illustrate his swallow-like intrusion.
For example, layered intrusions are subdivided into stratiform and contact deposits, with the stratiform deposits further subdivided into chromite and sulphide-associated deposits.
This is because most computer intrusions are remarkably similar in nature.