Intruder



[in-trood] /ɪnˈtrud/

verb (used with object), intruded, intruding.
1.
to thrust or bring in without invitation, permission, or welcome.
2.
Geology. to thrust or force into.
3.
to install (a cleric) in a church contrary to the wishes of its members.
verb (used without object), intruded, intruding.
4.
to thrust oneself without permission or welcome:
to intrude upon their privacy.
/ɪnˈtruːdə/
noun
1.
a person who enters a building, grounds, etc, without permission
/ɪnˈtruːd/
verb
1.
often foll by into, on, or upon. to put forward or interpose (oneself, one’s views, something) abruptly or without invitation
2.
(geology) to force or thrust (rock material, esp molten magma) or (of rock material) to be thrust between solid rocks
n.

1530s, agent noun from intrude. Originally legal.
v.

early 15c., back-formation from intrusion, or else from Latin intrudere “to thrust in” (see intrusion). Related: Intruded; intruding.

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