Simple past tense and past participle of meddle.(verb)
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Use "meddled" in a sentence
"Yes, Harry Reid got lucky that Sarah Palin meddled in his race and gave him the opportunity to run against a crazy extremist."
"Every man "voted," as they called it -- that is to say meddled with public affairs -- until at length, it was discovered that what is everybody's business is nobody's, and that the "Republic" (so the absurd thing was called) was without a government at all."
"A friend and I were seriously planning on going but this ice storm has kind of meddled with our plans."