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marplot

[ mahr-plot ]
/ ˈmɑrˌplɒt /
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noun
a person who mars or defeats a plot, design, or project by meddling.
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Origin of marplot

First recorded in 1700–10; mar + plot.Marplot was a character in a farce, The Busie Body (1709), by Susanna Centlivre, circa1667–1723, English actress, poet, and playwright
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