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intrusion
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War and Peace
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  • "I see I’m intruding," Rostov repeated.
  • No, certainly I must not approach him, I must not intrude on his reflections.
  • The intrusion of Pierre’s nonmilitary figure in a white hat made an unpleasant impression at first.
  • Rostov’s deferential tone seemed to indicate that though he would consider himself happy to be acquainted with her, he did not wish to take advantage of her misfortunes to intrude upon her.
  • Though the conversation was very incoherent and Vera was angry at the intrusion of the masculine element, both husband and wife felt with satisfaction that, even if only one guest was present, their evening had begun very well and was as like as two peas to every other evening party with its talk, tea, and lighted candles.

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  • It is an unnecessary government intrusion into private affairs.
  • our security software detected an unauthorized intrusion into the network

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