To push or make without requisite or right; bring forward unwarrantably or wrongly: often utilized reflexively.
To press or crowd in; push into some uncommon, incorrect, or unusual spot or place: as, intruded rocks or dikes in a geological formation.
To enter forcibly; invade.
ahead or looks as if pushed in; enter without necessity or warrant; particularly, ahead in unbidden and unwelcomely: since, to intrude upon an exclusive group; to intrude in which one is perhaps not wanted.
Synonyms Encroach upon, Infringe upon, etc. See trespass, v. i. Intrude, Obtrude. The primary difference between these words lies in the prepositions: intrude, to thrust an individual's self into places, invading privacy or personal liberties; obtrude, to push an individual's self out beyond modesty or the limitations right to ourselves, and offensively up against the attention, etc., of others.