verb (used without object), med·dled, med·dling.
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Google, the Great Meddler in the Cloud, asks why we would resist strapping cameras and televisions to our heads.
It definitely gives the Republican case against Obama as a big government meddler more credibility.
Whipping the long, keen blade from its sheath, Marius bore down upon the rash meddler.St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini
"We can make it very uncomfortable for the fourth meddler," Crenshaw threatened, eyeing the figure on the bed.The Cab of the Sleeping Horse|John Reed Scott
Agnes was about sixty years old, an ex-slave, a meddler, and liar.Negro Tales|Joseph Seamon Cotter
I won't interfere—any more'n I can help, being an old meddler by taste.The Clarion|Samuel Hopkins Adams
The publication of “The Meddler” is at least one step in the right direction; it is full of fun of the lightest, healthiest sort.Psyche|Louis Couperus