Origin of invasive
Related Words for invasivenosy, invasive, forward, meddlesome, meddling, presumptuous, prying, interfering, protruding
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Contemporary Examples of invasive
The procedure they undergo to extract eggs is intense and invasive and there are no sexual kicks involved.Today’s Sperm Donor Isn’t a Broke 20-Something
September 20, 2014
Only in the high seas are there still some habitats free of invasive species.‘Mission Blue’ Warning: The Ocean Is Not Too Big to Fail
Sylvia A. Earle
August 15, 2014
Besides the danger to animals, these exotic animals may cause havoc as an invasive species.The $10 Billion Pet Cheetah and Chimp Industry
July 20, 2014
However around 80 percent of breast cancers are Invasive Ductal Carcinomas (IDC).Study Shows “Angelina Effect” Leads to Unnecessary Procedures for Some Breast Cancer Patients
Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD
May 21, 2014
Potential changes also need to consider the impact that invasive security measures would have on morale.Can Private Security Guards Protect Military Bases?
April 9, 2014
Historical Examples of invasive
Not even by tradition do our common people know anything of the horrors of foreign and invasive war.
Our hurtful circumstances are so invasive and so immediate that only God can come between us and them.My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year
John Henry Jowett
She studied it till the conventional phrases took a fiery hue, and came at her with an invasive rush.Lord Ormont and his Aminta, Complete
We may be driven from the road by the invasive motor car, but there are still the footpaths and the tameless moorland.Dartmoor
Arthur L. Salmon
Still another assault, or invasive outroad, northward against the Russian Magazines, there also was; of which by and by.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XIX. (of XXI.)
mid-15c., from Middle French invasif (15c.), from Medieval Latin invasivus, from invas-, past participle stem of invadere (see invasion).
- Relating to a disease or condition that has a tendency to spread, especially a malignant cancer that spreads into healthy tissue.
- Relating to a medical procedure in which a part of the body is entered, as by puncture or incision.