- to intrude into some region or field of trade without a proper license.
- to thrust oneself into the affairs of others.
Origin of interlope
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1. trespass, poach, encroach. 2. meddle.
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Examples from the Web for interloping
But for this interloping, distant relative from foreign shores they were prepared.The Madigans
The Good Intent is broken up; her interloping is over for good and all.In Clive's Command
He knocked the interloping quill in the direction of its owner.Lazarre
Mary Hartwell Catherwood
Also how do we know but that the interloping fellow Fynes is an agent for a whisky firm perhaps?The Money Master, Complete
Their fathers were, in their own opinion, striving for the ancient rights of the town against an interloping Smith.
Word Origin and History for interloping
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