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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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Diane Keaton meddles better than anyone in `Because I Said So' Affairs
That's what happens when government meddles in people's lives.
In practice, the government meddles in markets anyway-but it meddles irrationally, through patchwork programs and ad hoc protectionism.
The statement by the mission came after the British ambassador to Manama claimed that "Iran meddles in other countries' affairs".
Not only because it meddles with Lebanon's political system, but also because of the cause of the Palestinian people, it would simply signal the end of it," he asserted.
We meddle in the name of almost everything: health, safety, efficiency, the bottom line, God, 'the children'-you name it, and there will most likely be someone there to meddle on its behalf," according to sociologist Charles Edgley and behavioral science professor Dennis Brissett.