Decisive vs Intrusive - What's the difference?
As adjectives the difference between decisive and intrusive
is that decisive
is while intrusive
is tending or apt to intrude; doing that which is not welcome; interrupting or disturbing; entering without right or welcome.
As a noun intrusive is
(geology) an igneous rock that is forced, while molten, into cracks or between other layers of rock.
Having the power or quality of deciding a question or controversy; putting an end to contest or controversy; final; conclusive.
- ''A decisive battle is fatal for one side's war chances
, date=November 3
, author=Chris Bevan
, title=Rubin Kazan 1 - 0 Tottenham
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=In truth, Tottenham never really looked like taking all three points and this defeat means they face a battle to reach the knockout stages -with their next home game against PAOK Salonika on 30 November likely to prove decisive
Marked by promptness and decision.
- A noble instance of this attribute of the decisive character. -J. Foster.
Tending or apt to intrude; doing that which is not welcome; interrupting or disturbing; entering without right or welcome.
(geology) Of rocks: forced, while in a plastic or molten state, into the cavities or between the cracks or layers of other rocks.
- Did it ever cross your mind that he might find all those questions you ask intrusive ?
(geology) An igneous rock that is forced, while molten, into cracks or between other layers of rock