Paxman suspects that former British Home Secretary Michael Howard had interfered in an internal civil-service disciplinary matter.
Markets eventually find equilibrium, unless they are interfered with.
They interfered with no one, and they encouraged no one to interfere with them.
It would have interfered with her relations with Austin, which were beginning to be exciting.
Hyde interfered, and proposed that the question should be divided.
In the same way he has interfered with the elections at Alexandria.
The chances are that even Norton would have beaten Danforth, and then the governor could not have interfered.
“People have interfered with us a good deal, first and last,” the Captain said, grimly.
I have sold it again,” interfered Jiro, after a hasty glance round the room, “and I am going to buy another.
In this way he might continue his usefulness, and would not be interfered with.
mid-15c., "to strike against," from Middle French enterferer "to strike each other," from entre- "between" (see entre-) + ferir "to strike," from Latin ferire "to knock, strike," related to Latin forare "to bore, pierce" (see bore (v.), and cf. punch (v.), which has both the senses "to hit" and "to make a hole in"). Figurative sense of "to meddle with, oppose unrightfully" is from 1630s. Related: Interfered; interfering.