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Right-wing Supreme Court justices can now sit back to let their ideological allies in red states delegate the job of stripping women of their rights to greedy busybodies.
TEXAS’S ABORTION LAW IS A NIGHTMARE FOR WOMEN — AND A WARNING TO THE NATIONJENNIFER RUBINSEPTEMBER 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In “The Shop,” a doctor’s busybody wife is the character you love to hate.
‘AFTERPARTIES’ IS THE BOOK OF THE SUMMERKATHI WOLFEAUGUST 13, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
People of color are on the internet just as much as anyone else but perhaps living in communities where no one believes that being a busybody is the key to anyone having a good day is the sine qua non.
BUSYBODYISM: THE INTERNET BREW OF WHITENESS AND CLASSEUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 26, 2020OZY
You'd have married me last fall if some busybody hadn't filled your ears with scandal.
QUINALICE HEGAN RICE
Without playing the part of the busybody, we may study the facts of human nature, and be aware of the developments of society.
THE HEARTH-STONESAMUEL OSGOOD
But this was risky; it would bring him in view of a kitchen window whence some busybody might observe him.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
She vaguely knew this lady for a busybody, but she was in a situation which even busybodies might alleviate.
THE REAL THING AND OTHER TALESHENRY JAMES
They may support you, or they may call you an interfering busybody for your pains; you'll have to take your chance of that.
THE LEADER OF THE LOWER SCHOOLANGELA BRAZIL
An honest fellow, but something of a busybody, I should say.
PLAYS--FIRST SERIESAUGUST STRINDBERG
Some long-headed busybody might stumble on our secret and undo us.
CARETTE OF SARKJOHN OXENHAM
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO BUSYBODY

  • babbler
  • blab
  • blabbermouth
  • busybody
  • chatterbox
  • chatterer
  • circulator
  • flibbertigibbet
  • gossiper
  • informer
  • meddler
  • newsmonger
  • parrot
  • prattler
  • rumormonger
  • scandalizer
  • scandalmonger
  • snoop
  • t
  • tabby
  • talebearer
  • taleteller
  • tattle
  • tattler
  • busy
  • busybody
  • chiseling
  • curious
  • encumbering
  • hindering
  • impeding
  • impertinent
  • intermeddling
  • interrupting
  • intruding
  • intrusive
  • kibitzing
  • meddling
  • mischievous
  • nosy
  • obstructive
  • officious
  • prying
  • pushy
  • snooping
  • snoopy
  • troublesome
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