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OTHER WORDS FROM meddlesomemed·dle·some·ly, adverbmed·dle·some·ness, nounun·med·dle·some, adjective
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How to use meddlesome in a sentence
Once you’ve figured out how Martian organic chemistry acts without meddlesome life, he says, “you can then look to see if it’s been tweaked.”Organic molecules in an ancient Mars meteorite formed via geology, not alien life|Nikk Ogasa|January 13, 2022|Science News
If Eshoo and McNerney want to hand the network a delicious issue to grow its audience, they’ll keep the meddlesome inquiries coming.Hey, Democrats: Hands off Fox News’s cable carriers|Erik Wemple|February 24, 2021|Washington Post
Molly Goldberg was a radio and TV character synonymous with a meddlesome sort of Jewish mother for generations of Americans.
Under Musharraf, the military was seen as meddlesome and oppressive force.
Annoyed, young Rush sends out a pouting "who will rid me of these meddlesome hippies?"
You know, before junk happened like civil rights and women's rights and all those meddlesome regulations got in the way.
But he was in that investigating, pugnacious, meddlesome mood which is apt to seize an old male bear in the autumn.The Backwoodsmen|Charles G. D. Roberts
Idle or meddlesome talk never helps any one, either the one who talks or the one who is discussed.A Girl's Student Days and After|Jeannette Marks
I don't care how conscientiously a man attends to business, he can't always protect himself against meddlesome people.Tales Of Men And Ghosts|Edith Wharton
"It's none of your meddlesome business, you little black scorpion," he said quietly.The Kentucky Warbler|James Lane Allen
So you were seen near Richmond station by some meddlesome individual—probably when you got out of the trap!In Friendship's Guise|Wm. Murray Graydon