Meaning of obtrusiveness in English:


Pronunciation /əbˈtruːsɪvnɪs/


See obtrusive

‘He said the problem with Kilkerran was the obtrusiveness of some of the houses built in more recent times.’
  • ‘Western officials say local obtrusiveness is still hampering efforts to speed up refugee returns.’
  • ‘Everyone's sense of Obtrusive and Non-Obtrusive is not the same; obtrusiveness is in the eye of the beholder.’
  • ‘She's unnerving, annoying and her obtrusiveness made him sick - not his idea of the perfect travel companion.’
  • ‘The effect is particularly pronounced because of the obtrusiveness and sheer volume of the music.’