meddler[ med-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF meddler
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEDDLER
Nobody must tell me I'm a meddler, butting in where I have no business.
You chose to reject my love and invite that meddler Sedgwick into our affairs.
A meddler is always a muddler;' how well I remember her saying that.
The managers of big business attributed the panic to "Theodore the Meddler."
You are as far as possible from a meddler: your fault is that you keep too much to yourself.
I will have no spy upon my actions—no meddler to thwart me in my will.
Agnes was about sixty years old, an ex-slave, a meddler, and liar.
The gladiators thrust aside the meddler, and rushed to the attack.
And I have every reason to think that the meddler is the minister.
They laugh at the idea and he is accused of being a meddler, rogue and thief.