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adjective as in meddling

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However, many schools did open with more than two classrooms, so Silverman said she is rewriting parts of the legislation so it doesn’t interfere with students already in school.

They were unable to do this since it interfered with the DA’s investigatory duties.

The planned slaughter—17 million animals were to be gassed and either incinerated or buried in mass graves—generated global interest last week amid concerns that a Covid mutation that started in Danish mink farms might interfere with vaccine efforts.

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Zuckerberg said Facebook sees continued attempts to interfere in its service from Russia and other countries, especially Iran and China.

That means you cannot simply dismantle them, and might also mean that people shouldn’t interfere with their pursuing their goals.

Frias—who was arrested in 2013 for interfering with public duties and public intoxication—was not carrying a gun at the time.

And the plodding pace of the French justice system has a way of interfering with career plans, no matter what the ultimate ruling.

These drugs block the growth and spread of cancer by interfering with specific molecules involved in tumor growth.

Challenging the deal could be portrayed by Beijing as interfering in Chinese economic and trade freedoms.

The king called for the “ignorant” to come to their senses and stop interfering in Egypt.

I am afraid, Monsieur le Marquis, that I shall be interfering with your arrangements?

The children's little dog came out, interfering, getting in her way.

He's going to make a man of himself, for himself, by himself—without you or even dear Mrs. Cecil interfering.

But we have another matter interfering with the placid current of our school life.

The main point in the arrangement of the table itself, is to secure beauty, without interfering with conversation.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interfering, such as: intrusive, meddlesome, interrupting, prying, snooping, and interference.

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