- v. present participle of interfere.
- adj. intrusive in a meddling or offensive manner
“Addressing a group of judiciary officials on Saturday, President Ahmadinejad questioned President Obama's objective in making what he described as interfering remarks about the current political situation in Iran.”
“I'm not sure 'interfering' is exactly the way I see it, Nick.”
“But the court threw out the Mass. law not just based on it conducting foreign affairs, but also in interfering with intl. commerce.”
“If you have been watching the news lately, Iranian supreme leader condemning the US and the UK in interfering in their election, gee why can't we be concerned and be diplomatic at the same time, they are going to do what they want anyways.”
“None of them were actively interested in interfering in the markets, so there was little correlation of any kind.”
“The problem was that the leadership was so incompetent that it succeeded in interfering with local relief efforts but failed to provide any federal relief efforts.”
“Seems the Saudis aren't the only foreigners interested in interfering with the American election:”
“The usual sort of thing we've seen in these kind of demonstrations, burning the American flag, burning the Israeli flag, calling for the U.S. to stop interfering, what they call interfering here in Lebanon.”
“I am not at all frightened by your threats, and I shall know how to deal with you if you persist in interfering with me or persecuting Kilmeny.”
“He then added, that he believed he ought to apologize for the liberty he had taken in interfering; but that, as he regarded himself in the light of a party concerned, from having had the honour of dancing with Miss”
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