to take part in a matter, especially officiously; meddle.
- in·ter·med·dler, noun
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How to use intermeddle in a sentence
With it a stranger cannot intermeddle; it is unspeakable and full of glory!The Ordinance of Covenanting | John Cunningham
Such is their situation that they cannot intermeddle with the concerns of their husbands, without exciting their jealousy.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II | Francis Augustus Cox
Go to, sirrah, I will not have your kindness to intermeddle with her kind; she is meat for your master.
It was urged upon him that he should not intermeddle with foreign institutions or with the political predilections of individuals.The Felon's Track | Michael Doheny
I am, if I may say it with reverence, drawn in I hope by a good Providence to intermeddle on a noble and high argument.Andrew Marvell | Augustine Birrell
British Dictionary definitions for intermeddle
(intr) rare another word for meddle
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