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meddle

noun barge in, be curious, be officious, break in on, bust in, chime in, crash the gates of, dabble in, encumber, horn in, impose, infringe, inject into, insert yourself into, interfere, interlope, intermeddle, interpose, interrupt, intervene, intrude, muscle into, obstruct, provide your two cents, pry, push in, tamper with, trespass
Associated concepts: tampering with evidence
See also: disrupt, disturb, infringe, intercede, interfere, interrupt, intervene, militate, obtrude, overstep, tamper
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Mr Mitchell told MPs: 'The Government is a compulsive meddler in our constitution.
But if I do that, suddenly I'm a meddler, or I'm arrogant, or I'm conceited, or I make enemies,'' he said.
There will never be friendship between Kat and Alfie as long as that malicious meddler Peroxide Roxy (left) is continually dripping poison into Alfie's ear.
Alan started riding him out and when he was semi-fit we put him in training with Julian Poulton at Meddler Stud.
Lithuanian owner Vladimir Romanov is a meddler, big-time.
But his activities in the Middle East - included unspecified "travelling" in Cyprus, Syria and Palestine - quickly proved irksome to the Allies who saw him as a dangerous meddler.
Although Rollins portrays Whitman as a dignified and hard-working candidate, he is scathing about her husband, John, whom he characterizes as a high-strung, arrogant meddler.
Confiding in meddler Eva The Diva proves to be Kylie's biggest mistake.
And what about the idiocy that made Birmingham a worldlaughing stock some years back when an underemployed Council House meddler renamed our Christmas festive season as Winterval?
I was at Giles Bravery 's initially because I was based at Meddler Stud when my suspension came in, but for the last six or seven months I've been working for Michael Wigham.
Let us hope that the Ombudsman has the sense to tell this anonymous meddler to get a life.
He is not a micromanager,' Lacy said, `he is a meddler.