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intrusive

[in′trü·siv]
(petrology)
Pertaining to material forced while still in a fluid state into cracks or between layers of rock.
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The bright and cheerful illustrations enhance the book, with key items labelled in the pictures, though not intrusively.
Surrogate 12" (2011), Montgomery's visually sterile painting of a photograph of one of his paintings, soils itself by intrusively and unnecessarily questioning the identity of an image.
Det Chief Insp Gary Booth, of West Midlands Police's public protection department, said: "This case has highlighted the dangers children can face when online and the need for parents to intrusively supervise their child's use of computers and mobile phones.
Once on the register, individuals have to register change of names or address, foreign holidays and are actively and intrusively managed by West Midlands Police's public protection teams.
Lest people fear an intrusively participatory experience, Jones--who most recently designed sets for Broadway's American Idiot--hastens to add: "The typical theatrical conventions are maintained.
By the end, though, the social commentary that had been effective earlier had grown intrusively tiring and bothersome.
They must not harass or intimidate anybody, use cameras intrusively or block public rights of way and must carry identity/registration cards.
I've been watching the letters pages for almost three years now, and IA have to admit, it's getting intrusively repetitive.
While the generous inclusion of the details of day-to-day life is valuable, sometimes these facts appear rather intrusively in the text.