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interloper
one who intruses by meddling or tresspassing on the rights of others
internecine
very destructive to both sides in a conflict; involving slaughter and carnage
interpolate (2)
1. to insert or add something between other parts especially in a text or written work

2. pertaining to struggle or conflict within a group, organization, or nation
interregnum (2)
1. a period of time when a state with out a ruler or has a provisional government, especially between the reign of a soverign and a successor

2. an interval between controlling elements; an interruption in otherwise continuous function or process
interpose (2)
1. to insert between parts of something; to interhect in a conversation

2. to apply pressure or influence; to meddle; to interfere
juxtapose
to place side by side
propinquity (2)
1. nearness; proximity

2. kinship
rapprochement
reconciliation; restoration or cordial relations especially between two countries
quiescent
at rest; dormant; motionless
acquiesce
to agree or consent without any objection
requiem
a mass or srvice for the reposeof departed souls; music, poetry, or other compostion for the dead
unrequited
not reciprocal, not given in payment or returned in kind
abstruse
difficult to understand; complex
extrude
to push or thrust out a liquid or malleable substance that retains or solidifies into a predetermined shape
obtrude (2)
1. to force one's ideas or oneself insistently upon others

2. to thrust or push out; to protrude noticeably in an undesirable way