Interfere in something that is not one’s concern: this man intermeddled in all my affairs (as noun intermeddling) wanton and officious intermeddling with the disputes of others
More example sentences
- You are not intermeddling if you are upholding human rights.
- The intermeddling of the defendant must be shown to be intentional.
- The basic problem is intermeddling in the business of the internal processes of a House of the Parliament.
late 15th century: from Old French entremesler, from entre- 'between, among' + mesler 'meddle'.