meddling : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the act of altering something secretly or improperly
- v intrude in other people's affairs or business; interfere unwantedly
- s intrusive in a meddling or offensive manner
- A man of fire, a warrior of peace, Kouchner invented "the duty of international meddling.
- The only such FBI incident of meddling in political affairs cited in the Eisenhower years, this was no more than an un solicited digression by Hoover.
- The scam artists want to kill her, she says, because they don't like her meddling.
- Barack Obama in Telegraph.co.uk
Mr Obama said yesterday (Tue) he had "deep concerns about the election" while cautioning that "it's not productive, given the history of US-Iranian relations, for the US president to be seen as meddling in Iranian elections".
- Nicolas Sarkozy in The Age
And one of us became president. Well, let the other do likewise, huh? I mean, that's not meddlingin the US election, Sarkozy said.