Definitions of "intrude"
  1. The act of entering a place or situation without invitation or proper right
  2. The act of unlawfully invading someone's rights or territory without lawful authority
How to use "intrude" in a sentence
  1. The defendant argued that the police had no warrant to intrude into his home.
  2. If the owner does not permit, other parties cannot legally intrude upon the property.
  3. The court asserted that the government cannot intrude on a person's right to privacy without justification.

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