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Definition of "intermeddling" [in•ter•med•dling]

  • Present participle of intermeddle. (verb)
  • Interference (noun)

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