meddlesome


med·dle·some

adjective \ˈme-dəl-səm\

: interfering with the activities and concerns of other people in an unwanted or unwelcome way : inclined to meddle

Full Definition of MEDDLESOME

:  given to meddling
med·dle·some·ness noun

Examples of MEDDLESOME

  1. Her neighbors saw her as a meddlesome nuisance.
  2. <meddlesome neighbors kept asking the couple when they were going to have children>

First Known Use of MEDDLESOME

1615

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