- obtaining by deception,
- obturating embolism
Origin of obtrusion
Examples from the Web for obtrusion
All throughout He has been speaking with authority, but has, as usual, avoided the obtrusion of His personal prerogative.Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of Matthew|John Monro Gibson
I have no right to mar the great end of a great history, by any obtrusion of my own weak self.Dombey and Son|Charles Dickens
For it was this obtrusion of a personality that vaguely troubled him.Cressy|Bret Harte
Mr. Herrington objected to the obtrusion of such trifling matter upon the House, which had business to do.
The young man was plainly astonished, disconcerted as well by the obtrusion of a sordid detail into the tragedy of the time.Within the Law|Marvin Dana
1570s, from Latin obtrusionem (nominative obtrusio), noun of action from past participle stem of obtrudere (see obtrude).