from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not meddling; not interfering with the concerns of others; not officious.
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From force of habit the party in power looked to Jefferson for leadership; but since Madison's election, he had assumed the rôle of "unmeddling listener," not wishing to commit his successor to any policy.
She is a good woman, a good wife, a tender mother; and an unmeddling Queen.
Frank Daniels’ speeding ticket and the role of an unmeddling publisher