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Definition of "interfering" []

  • To interpose, esp meddlesomely or unwarrantedly; intervene (verb)
  • To come between or in opposition; hinder; obstruct (verb)
  • To assault sexually (verb)
  • To strike one against the other, as a horse's legs (verb)
  • To cause or produce interference (verb)
  • Present participle of interfere. (verb)

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Use "interfering" in a sentence
  • "Addressing a group of judiciary officials on Saturday, President Ahmadinejad questioned President Obama's objective in making what he described as interfering remarks about the current political situation in Iran."
  • "I'm not sure 'interfering' is exactly the way I see it, Nick."
  • "But the court threw out the Mass. law not just based on it conducting foreign affairs, but also in interfering with intl. commerce."