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Definition of Intermeddle

  • To meddle with the affairs of others; to meddle officiously; to interpose or interfere improperly; to mix or meddle with.

How to use intermeddle in a sentence. Intermeddle pronunciation.

It is for their sake that kings exist as protectors and guardians of the cultus, with the internal arrangements of which, however, they dare not intermeddle (xxvi.
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The heart that knoweth the bitterness of his own soul, in his joy the stranger shall not intermeddle.
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The lips of a fool intermeddle with strife: and his mouth provoketh quarrels.
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Aid to Egypt, moreover, must have been in the first instance rendered in Syria, and would have entangled Rome simultaneously in a war with Asia and with Macedonia; which the Romans were naturally the more desirous to avoid, as they were firmly resolved not to intermeddle at least in Asiatic affairs.
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But the treaty for the partition of Egypt concluded between Asia and Macedonia threw that important state thoroughly into the arms of Rome, and compelled the cabinet of Alexandria to declare that it would only intermeddle in the affairs of European Greece with consent of the Romans.
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But nowe to growe somewhat neerer the quicke, and to shewe you some greater appearance, then hath bene yet spoken of touching the trade which is the onely subiect wherewith I doe meane to intermeddle at this time, because my addresse hereby is chiefly to men of such like facultie: you may vnderstande by that which followeth, the circumstance of a little discourse, which doeth concerne these matters, very directly.
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And that of all other places which are vnfrequented at this day, it is the onely most fit and most commodious for vs to intermeddle withall.
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To cover the same ground; to claim the same invention.

Syn. - To interpose; intermeddle.

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To intervene; intercede; mediate; interfere; intermeddle.
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It is high time that men should now assume the sway, and this is the reason which has determined me not to intermeddle.
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It is not like the senses, limited to this or that kind of object; as the sight intermeddles not with that which affects the smell; but with an universal superintendence, it arbitrates upon, and takes them all in.
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As soon as he began to intermeddle in the government, which was when he was very young, he quickly lessened the credit of all who aspired to the confidence of the people, except Phaeax and Nicias, who alone could contest with him.
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Or if the said kings and princes happen to intermeddle in such matters, and take upon them to do that they may do, that they be commanded to do, and ought of duty to do, and the same things that we know both David and Solomon and other good princes have done, that is, if they-whilst the Pope and his prelates slug and sleep, or else mischievously withstand them-do bridle the priests' sensuality, and drive them to do their duty, and keep them still to it; if they do overthrow idols, if they take away superstition, and set up again the true worshipping of God-why do they by-and-by make an outcry upon them, that such princes trouble all, and press by violence into another body's office, and do thereby wickedly and malapertly?
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With the bitterness and venom and exaggeration of statement which both English and American papers have interchanged in reference to matters of opinion and matters of feeling connected with our national troubles we do not now intermeddle.
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There are two aspects of the Christian life-one between God and myself, with which no stranger intermeddles; one patent to all the world.
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Joan gave a great sigh: her heart knew its own bitterness, and there was little joy in it for a stranger to intermeddle with.
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This did not prevent his conceiving a violent enmity against Tete Rouge, who, in his futile though praiseworthy attempts to make himself useful used always to intermeddle with cooking the dinners.
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It appeared to him, that the general government would not intermeddle with that property for twenty years, but to lay a tax on every slave imported, not exceeding ten dollars; and that after the expiration of that period they might prohibit the traffic altogether.
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He did not intend to suggest a measure of this kind, he only instanced these particulars, to show that congress certainly have a right to intermeddle in the business.
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He did not intend to suggest a measure of this kind, he only instanced these particulars, to show that Congress certainly have a right to intermeddle in the business.
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Examples of Intermeddle

Example #1
The priests and Levites who migrated from Israel are represented as having strengthened the southern kingdom (xi.
Example #2
The reverse side is, of course, the idealisation of Judah from the point of view of the legitimate worship,-a process which the reader can imagine from the specimens already given with reference to David and Solomon.
Example #3
The house of the wicked shall be destroyed: but the tabernacles of the just shall flourish.
Example #4
A fool will laugh at sin, but among the just grace shall abide.
Example #5
It is not good to accept the person of the wicked, to decline from the truth of judgment. 18:6.
Example #6
The mouth of a fool is his destruction: and his lips are the ruin of his soul.