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Man becomes effeminate by intermeddling with the province of woman.

Least of all could she brook the intermeddling of parliament in such a concern.

He wanted no intermeddling of the State; they had enough of that in Belgium already.

Such was not the intermeddling in affairs that Milton had recommended.

Well had it been, if the intermeddling of this bureaucracy had stopped there.

Unfortunately, resumed the prisoner, our plans miscarried, through the intermeddling of the old housekeeper I spoke of.

They were strictly forbidden from intermeddling, under any pretext, with the discharge of civil or criminal justice.

And I could only say in reply to this intermeddling but blest spirit: Nothing, my dear friend, absolutely nothing!

The upshot was, that the man was thrashed for intermeddling, and came back only with his scars.

It was thus, we see, through the intermeddling of Northern abolitionists, that discussion was cut off in the South.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Latin inter- (see inter-) + Anglo-French medler (see meddle (v.)).

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