verb (used without object), in·ter·loped, in·ter·lop·ing.
to intrude into some region or field of trade without a proper license.
to thrust oneself into the affairs of others.
Origin of interlope
Synonyms for interlope
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Related Words for interlopehinder, advance, intrude, snoop, trespass, inquire, tamper, impose, interpose, interfere, infringe, encumber, impede, encroach, obtrude, molest, pry, invade, kibitz, busybody
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