Definition of intrusively in English:

intrusively

adverb

  • See intrusive

    • ‘I've wondered why pop-up ads and new larger sized, intrusively placed ads are so annoying.’
    • ‘Many local houses will be overshadowed by buildings which are intrusively near and over-sized for the neighbourhood.’
    • ‘The relationship between the street and the galleries inside is not as intrusively immediate as is suggested by the open-ended, perpendicular orientation.’
    • ‘The 1980s inspired rock score is intrusively annoying.’
    • ‘The result is ham-handed unrolling of the backstory and awkward dialogue that intrusively narrates when it might better have shut the hell up.’