Definition of Obtrusions

1. Noun. (plural of obtrusion) ¹



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Definition of Obtrusions

1. obtrusion [n] - See also: obtrusion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Obtrusions

obtestation
obtestations
obtested
obtesting
obtests
obtrectation
obtrude
obtrude upon
obtruded
obtruder
obtruders
obtrudes
obtruding
obtruncation
obtrusion
obtrusions (current term)
obtrusive
obtrusively
obtrusiveness
obtrusivenesses
obtund
obtundation
obtunded
obtundent
obtundents
obtunder
obtunders
obtunding
obtundities
obtundity

Literary usage of Obtrusions

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1. The Autobiography of an Individualist by James Octavius Fagan (1912)
"The impressionist is eager to seize upon and to emphasize these obtrusions. At first sight this may appear to be a commonplace method of securing material ..."

2. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"'Twere indiscreet To vex the shy and sacred grief With harsh obtrusions of relief; Yet Verse, with noiseless feet, ..."

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