All's plain in history and fact, so long as we do not obtrude sentimentalism.
They, too, were obstinate in their belief that women should not obtrude into business affairs.
You admit that not to obtrude self is the way to perfect yourself.
Be their servant, as in His presence; obtrude yourself as little as you possibly can.
Are you going to obtrude your somewhat massive personality upon the scene?
Is there any place desirable for living purposes in which the railway does not obtrude?
Now, with Wilson as he was, was no time to obtrude his own story.
You did, and I should be sorry to obtrude myself on any one, whether you choose it or not.
She knew what honesty was, and liked it--when it did not obtrude its clumsy scruples in the way of her will and interest.
Style should not obtrude between a writer and his reader; it should be servant, not master.