Definitions

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

  • noun The act of improperly interfering.

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  • verb Present participle of intermeddle.
  • noun interference

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Examples

  • A judge in Palm Beach County ruled in 2009 that Lehman had been invalidly appointed as executor of Lucom's will in Florida, making him what the judge called an "intermeddling volunteer" in the estate.

    The Seattle Times

  • Jefferson opposed the government's "intermeddling" in religious doctrine, discipline, and practices.

    K. Hollyn Hollman: Does the National Day of Prayer Violate Church-State Separation?

  • That could be completely different wherever this boat is, and it should also be noted that if he is charged for "intermeddling" with photographs - what's a few thousand in damages compared to the billions he has in the bank?

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • A year later the county magistrates do not seem to have thought his continuing obscuration exonerated them from defending themselves against the charge of 'intermeddling' with his prerogatives.

    Sir Walter Ralegh A Biography

  • Neither as a citizen nor president, he added, would he “permit or tolerate any intermeddling of any European Power on this continent.”

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • Neither as a citizen nor president, he added, would he “permit or tolerate any intermeddling of any European Power on this continent.”

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • With quietness they work - Μετα ἡσυχιας· With silence; leaving their tale-bearing and officious intermeddling.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • “Yonder is the witness that swore I helped to rob the California coach—a piece of impertinent intermeddling, sir, for I am not even acquainted with the man.”

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • “Yonder is the witness that swore I helped to rob the California coach—a piece of impertinent intermeddling, sir, for I am not even acquainted with the man.”

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • With quietness they work - Μετα ἡσυχιας· With silence; leaving their tale-bearing and officious intermeddling.

    The Value of Real Work

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