ob·tru·sive [uhb-troo-siv] (previously 03-15-13)
1. having or showing a disposition to obtrude, as by imposing oneself or one's opinions on others.
2. (of a thing) obtruding itself: an obtrusive error.
3. protruding; projecting.
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1. interfering, meddlesome, officious, presumptuous.
Origin: 1660–70; < Latin obtrus ( us ) (see obtrusion) + -ive
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