Third-person singular simple present indicative form of meddle.(verb)
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Use "meddles" in a sentence
"Nay, it "meddles" (if you call it so) with the very smallest thing a Christian can do."
"President Obama immediately "meddles" in the affairs of Honduras, denouncing a military coup, the intent of which is to preserve the country's constitution, but when it comes to Iran's fraudulent election and the violent repression of demonstrators who wanted their votes counted, the president initially vacillates and equivocates."
"Here's another at the NYPost: "Obama 'meddles' in Honduras, choose wrong side.""