When we reached once more the entrance of the infernal court, who should come straight to meet the King but the busybody.
She was a busybody, always trying to get somebody into trouble.
Fatigue, too, came to dull that busybody—that tireless, gossiping gadabout—conscience.
And as soon as they had passed on Mrs. Woodchuck remarked what a busybody he was.
Usually she was quite harmless, even if she was a busybody and a gossip.
The busybody is always anxious after something about Somebody.
But this was risky; it would bring him in view of a kitchen window whence some busybody might observe him.
I was afraid of being a busybody—I was afraid of upsetting Clare.
Some busybody has been reporting my conduct on a certain day.
Our wail over our neighbour's soul is simply the wail of a busybody.