I need a few words that describe a person who is imposing, in a context of overstaying his welcome. Someone that is present unwelcomed and you can't do your usual routines until the person is gone. A person who is not part of the household and is in the way. And excess person → freeloader, parasite, scrounger/unwelcome guest. Something more specific.
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Alternatives to imposer
Intrusive and intruder
- tending or apt to intrude; coming without invitation or welcome: intrusive memories of a lost love.
2. characterized by or involving intrusion.
3. intruding; thrusting in.
Obtrusive and obtruder
having or showing a disposition to obtrude, as by imposing oneself or one's opinions on others.
Depending on the circumstances. Both words are etymologically related and derive from the Latin stem trudere giving the sense of thrusting in or toward.
Meddling and meddler
to involve oneself in a matter without right or invitation; interfere officiously and unwantedly:
Stop meddling in my personal life!