Obtrude

Ob*trude"

, v. i. To thrust one's self upon a company or upon attention; to intrude.
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Syn. -- To Obtrude, Intrude. To intrude is to thrust one's self into a place, society, etc., without right, or uninvited; to obtrude is to force one's self, remarks, opinions, etc., into society or upon persons with whom one has no such intimacy as to justify such boldness.
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