interfering

[ in-ter-feer ]SEE DEFINITION OF interfering

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERFERING

And, if it's any comfort to you, I have no intention of interfering in any way.

"He wouldn't thank you, sir, for interfering," remarked a bystander.

Does this permit your interfering with my policy for the paper?

If he's as prejudiced as all that, interfering would only make him worse.

This was not strictly true, for Meg was most interfering in the matter of Jan's clothes.

But, offending no one, and interfering with no one, how have I been treated in my turn?

"What—what—" The lightkeeper's wrath was interfering with his utterance.

You mustn't think I—we—have been interfering in your affairs, Grace.

Ruggles was on the point of interfering when Nellie Dawson averted the necessity.

I merely wished to prevent the islanders from interfering with my men at their work.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INTERFERING

inquisitorial

adjectivecurious
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