verb (used without object), in·ter·med·dled, in·ter·med·dling.
DON’T VACILLATE! VANQUISH THIS WORD OF THE DAY QUIZ!
Origin of intermeddle
OTHER WORDS FROM intermeddlein·ter·med·dler, noun
Words nearby intermeddle
Example sentences from the Web for intermeddle
Intercede and interpose are used in a good sense; intermeddle always in a bad sense, and interfere frequently so.English Synonyms and Antonyms|James Champlin Fernald
Evolution—once a mere germ in the mind—was beginning to press, to encroach, to intermeddle with the mind's other furniture.Robert Elsmere|Mrs. Humphry Ward
Their heart "knoweth its own bitterness," and as for me, being a stranger and all alien, I "intermeddle not with their joy."Passages From the English Notebooks, Volume 1|Nathaniel Hawthorne
Wretched, indeed, is the nation in whose affairs foreign powers are once permitted to intermeddle.The Writings of Thomas Jefferson|Thomas Jefferson
Do not intermeddle with state affairs;—that care is reserved for me, and those in whom I confide.Ecce Homo!|Paul Henry Thiry Baron d' Holbach