Examples of interfere in a Sentence
I tried to offer advice without interfering.
a strong resentment of outsiders who attempted to interfere with their traditional ways of doing things
Recent Examples of interfere from the Web
The singer's sons say their former business partner is interfering with their new deal for an Orbison hologram tour.
In a new interview with CNN, Trump Counselor Kellyanne Conway denied that Trump is interfering with the DOJ's review of the merger.
At least five members of the Trump campaign thought that the Russian government was interfering in the 2016 election on the mogul’s behalf at some point last year.
In other words, eager to collude with a country whose leader, Vladimir Putin, is hostile to the United States and was interfering in a U.S. election.
The surprising development, mostly unexplained in court, stirred the latest complaints by defense attorneys that the government was interfering with privileged attorney-client communications.
In villages around Alaska, tribal leaders frustrated by drug dealing and bootlegging have banished suspects using tribal laws and methods – a controversial practice that the state isn't interfering with.
Dan Horn Norwood Police Chief William Kramer has filed a lawsuit against the city, alleging Mayor Thomas Williams and other city officials are interfering with daily operations and compromising his authority.
Labor may last a long time, even more than 24 hours sometimes – be patient, don’t interfere with the process but keep her hydrated and nourished throughout.
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Synonymsbutt in, interlope, intermeddle, intrude, meddle, mess, muck (about or around), nose, obtrude, poke, pry, snoop
Related Wordsintercede, interpose, intervene; barge (in), chisel (in), encroach, infringe, invade, trespass; fiddle, fool, monkey, play, tamper
Near Antonymsavoid, eschew, shun; disregard, ignore, neglect, overlook
Synonym Discussion of interfere
- interposed herself between him and the door
- noise interfered with my concentration
- quarreled until the manager intervened
- mediated between the parties
- interceded on our behalf
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- Hills interfere with the radio signal.
- Stop interfering in my private matters.
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