from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who intermeddles; a meddler in affairs which do not concern him, or with which he cannot properly interfere.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who meddles with, or intrudes into, the affairs of others.

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  • noun One who intermeddles.


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intermeddle +‎ -er


  • "Another insubstantial yet deeply rooted paean to Isabel's status as an" intermeddler "whose reasoning begins where other literary sleuths 'ends."

    The Comforts of a Muddy Saturday by Alexander Mccall Smith: Book summary

  • The complainant was an officious intermeddler, a busybody, the town scold, an anti-Christian activist named Darren Lund who had an axe to grind, and Andreachuk gave it to him.

    Ezra Levant: June 2008 Archives

  • “She shall tell you herself, thou incorrigible intermeddler in what concerns thee not, that it is her wish the ceremony should go on — Is it not, Isabella, my dear?”

    The Black Dwarf

  • A foreigner who attaches himself to a political party in this country is in the worst state that can be imagined; he is looked upon as a mere intermeddler.

    The Life of Oliver Goldsmith

  • Boston rowdies mob an English intermeddler with the ticklish matters of our national policy, and English rowdies mob an Austrian

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 49, November, 1861

  • I have come upon an unpleasant errand -- an affair, indeed, which ought to be no business of mine; but sometimes, when you care a little for some one, you don't mind running the risk of being treated as an intermeddler.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 12, No. 31, October, 1873

  • We are the only people who account him that takes no share in politics, not as an intermeddler in nothing, but one who is good for nothing.

    Mosaics of Grecian History

  • In answer to Tilden's protest against this treatment, Tweed loudly informed him that he represented no one but himself, that he had neither influence nor standing in the city, that he was an intermeddler with things that did not concern him, and a general nuisance.

    My Memories of Eighty Years

  • John Quincy Adams, once President, but now a senile intermeddler, had been presenting petitions in Congress from various constituencies for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia.

    Children of the Market Place

  • He had seen the reformer, the intermeddler, in his native lair in Vermont.

    Children of the Market Place


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