busybody[ biz-ee-bod-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF busybody
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUSYBODY
Bessie is bigger than I am, but she isn't a busybody at all.
Maria is the only one that knows, and she says I'm a busybody.
Some busybody has been reporting my conduct on a certain day.
You will give our friends here the impression that I am a busybody.
You'd have married me last fall if some busybody hadn't filled your ears with scandal.
If there is anything I mortally abhor, it is a tattler and busybody.
He is a busybody and always poking his nose in where he has no business.
She was a busybody, always trying to get somebody into trouble.
And as soon as they had passed on Mrs. Woodchuck remarked what a busybody he was.
On the instant the matter was clear to me, who have a genius for certain ways of a busybody.