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intrusion
used in Frankenstein

3 uses
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Definition
an involvement, interruption, or entry — typically unwelcome
  • Nay, Henry might stand between me and the intrusion of my foe.
    Chapter 18 (45% in)
  • 'Pardon this intrusion,' said I; 'I am a traveller in want of a little rest; you would greatly oblige me if you would allow me to remain a few minutes before the fire.'
    Chapter 15 (72% in)
  • Who can follow an animal which can traverse the sea of ice and inhabit caves and dens where no man would venture to intrude?
    Chapter 23 (85% in)

There are no more uses of "intrusion" in Frankenstein.

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