Others demurred on principle, choosing to defend their individual rights from an invasive government.
Only in the high seas are there still some habitats free of invasive species.
Japanese knotweed, for all its invasive attributes, was an ornamental plant for the Victorians.
This week, the TSA announced airline passengers can be subjected to invasive body searches.
Eliza Shapiro on the invasive reptiles who are so far evading capture.
Two obstacles, the one external, the other internal, checked its invasive progress.
Not even by tradition do our common people know anything of the horrors of foreign and invasive war.
Still another assault, or invasive outroad, northward against the Russian Magazines, there also was; of which by and by.
Our hurtful circumstances are so invasive and so immediate that only God can come between us and them.
We may be driven from the road by the invasive motor car, but there are still the footpaths and the tameless moorland.
invasive in·va·sive (ĭn-vā'sĭv)
Marked by the tendency to spread, especially into healthy tissue, as a tumor.
Of or relating to a medical procedure in which a part of the body is entered, as by puncture or incision.