The intrusiveness of other forms of monitoring make us feel somehow diminished.
Sure, there is a fine line here between collegiality and insincerity, intellectual curiosity and intrusiveness.
The great accounts of the afternoon are notable for their absence of literary intrusiveness.
The match organizers tried to minimize the intrusiveness of the cameras, but still he refused to play.
Our increasing standard of living is predicated on less intrusiveness of government into our wallets and paychecks.
Familiarity with intrusiveness doesn't make it right.
They're tired of rampant spending and government intrusiveness.
We'd all be much safer, but the sarcasm inherent in such comments indicates an obvious disapproval of the intrusiveness.
Thanks to the paperclip, this technology got an undeservedly bad name for intrusiveness.
Government, in both its intrusiveness and its incompetence, is a hindrance to them.
British Dictionary definitions for intrusiveness
characterized by intrusion or tending to intrude
(of igneous rocks) formed by intrusion Compare extrusive (sense 2)
(phonetics) relating to or denoting a speech sound that is introduced into a word or piece of connected speech for a phonetic rather than a historical or grammatical reason, such as the (r) often pronounced between idea and of in the idea of it