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Use "meddling" in a sentence
"In addition to that political context, the word meddling gives an audacious or severe rightness to the action of this particular poem and its fabric: In another emotional context, meddling would not feel right as a term for poetic striving for something more ambitious or more glorious? than simply to please."
"He criticized the the United States for what he called meddling in Egyptian affairs."
"This is likely to provoke more anger from Hillary's major supporters, who have expressed fury at Dean for statements like this, which they characterize as meddling in the Dem primary."