How to use Intrude in a sentence
He left her mind alone, not wanting to intrude now that she was calmer.
I never meant to intrude.
Certainly, this is one area of your life where disease should not intrude.
Usually, reality, in the form of budgetary issues and pressing maintenance problems intrude on my best-laid plans, but we'll talk about that too.
Napoleon, though he never again worked as he had done, soon freed himself from complete dependence on Marie Louise; and he never allowed her to intrude into political affairs, for which, indeed, she had not the least aptitude.Advertisement
He wished Sofia would wake up and intrude.
Practical difficulties, needless to say, often intrude here.
There is an excellent archway down yonder in case a too zealous policeman should intrude.
While friends and family are usually especially enthusiastic about helping immediately after a baby is born, sometimes busy lives intrude and offers of help can decrease over time.
Upto 6 basaltic dikes intrude into these Triassic marls and mudstones.Advertisement
Also, however honest the researchers, there is enormous scope for the human subconscious to intrude in order to optimize the results.
Mrs. Gardiner, who 's husband is in trade, however, demonstrates well-bred manners and does not intrude into Elizabeth 's affairs.
One word of caution, however; if you plan on holding the party outside, have an alternate location in mind just in case a summer rain decides to intrude on the big event.
There was no way ethnographic analogy could intrude, and no way that my environment could fool me into thinking otherwise.
There is magic, but a restrained, intimate kind that does not intrude or provide a false get-out for any of the protagonists.Advertisement
Both of these types also do not intrude into body space.
We wo n't intrude on their privacy or on your relationship with them.
The serpent tribe in India is numerous; they swarm in all the gardens, and intrude into the dwellings of the inhabitants, especially in the rainy season.
The teachers made sure to meet before or after school so that presumptuous students would not intrude on their meetings.