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intrusion
used in Not Without My Daughter

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Definition
an involvement or interruption that is unwelcome
  • Moody's presence on the shoppihg trips was intrusive.
  • Slowly his medical training and common sense intruded upon his respect for his family.
  • Mahtob, in our bedroom, covered her ears, but the sound intruded. this example of the school's role in the life of an Iranian child inspired Moody.
  • Three times a day, every day, the call to prayer intrudes upon the lives of everyone in Tehran.
  • Many times I complained to Moody about Reza's intrusive presence in my life.
  • For the first time in weeks the dreadful wail of the air raid sirens intruded upon my already battered mind.
  • But suddenly a discordant ensemble of sirens intruded upon the general din of the Iranian street scene.
  • Moody intruded his presence, demanding tea.
  • A cold thought intruded.
  • Now the cold wind intruded also.

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