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Verb: obtrude  ub'trood
  1. Thrust oneself in as if by force
    "The colours don't obtrude on the viewer";
    - intrude
  2. Push to thrust outward
    - push out, thrust out
  3. Make (someone) do something unpleasant
    "The principal obtruded his rage on the students";
    - inflict, bring down, visit, impose

Derived forms: obtruding, obtruded, obtrudes

Type of: communicate, force, intercommunicate, push