meddlesome[ med-l-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF meddlesome
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEDDLESOME
He was meddlesome with perfect modesty; if he knew a thing or two there was no merit in it.
We won't tell the captain; he is as meddlesome as an old woman!
He loved his little girl; but he thought her much too meddlesome.
He was meddlesome, wrong-headed, unreasonable, and bold with it all.
The meddlesome neighbor didn't quite know what answer to make.
I didn't say a word about the names she called her,—meddlesome Matty, and all that.
"John is a meddlesome fellow," said Jasper, in a tone of vexation.
He doesn't like Saint John and calls him a meddlesome monkey of a minister.
For Nelly—to use her own words—had no patience with that “meddlesome person.”
He did not care for children; they were meddlesome and noisy.