English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'intrude'

to come in or join in without being invited
He kept intruding with personal questions.
butt in
Nobody asked you to butt in.
He doesn't like people to encroach on his territory.
push in
thrust yourself in or forward
put your two cents in (US, slang)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of encroach
to intrude gradually on someone's rights or on a piece of land
He doesn't like people to encroach on his territory.
make inroads,
impose yourself

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