verb (used without object), med·dled, med·dling.
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The whole story, in which he played the part of a meddler and a fool, was unrolled before him.The Mayor of Warwick|Herbert M. Hopkins
He had not been fond of the women, nor had he been a meddler and bully.Their Son; The Necklace|Eduardo Zamacois
The "Meddler" cannot reply to them effectively, and other Boer guns try in vain to reach them.
Apparently you would call every person who helps a meddler.'The Adventures of Elizabeth in Rgen|Elizabeth von Arnim
At length, however, the "Meddler" chimes in, and Captain Christie immediately looses off his two howitzers in succession.