One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘This principle implies that treatment providers do not have the right to obtrusively impose goals on their clients.’
- ‘She made her way over to the counter, still staring, and then coughed obtrusively, pounding her fist on the wood for emphasis.’
- ‘Yes, I felt rather conspicuous, being, as I was, obtrusively alive.’
- ‘The book's origin in undergraduate lectures is clear, but not - given the author's aims - obtrusively so.’
- ‘It was consistently and even obtrusively constructive.’
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