Clearly poverty is not the only reason state reps are attempting to meddle with marriage laws.
The Republican National Committee came around only to meddle with his plans, he said.
It would certainly have been wrong for Obama to meddle with the investigation for political reasons.
And Team Obama never liked the idea of giving Bill Clinton entrée to meddle around the familiar old 18 acres.
And how does this brilliant pen of the right propose to meddle effectively?
With the fear of the white man before their eyes they do not seek to meddle with the Europeans in their factories and bungalows.
Pray let me advise you never more to meddle with a classical myth.
I thought this made it still more dangerous, yet the strain was so heavy that I half feared to meddle.
But the parliament were forbidden by authority to meddle in the affair.
In 1653 permission was given to Digby to return, on condition he would not meddle with Royalist plots.
early 14c., "to mingle, blend, mix," from Old North French medler (Old French mesler, 12c., Modern French mêler) "to mix, mingle, to meddle," from Vulgar Latin *misculare (source of Provençal mesclar, Spanish mezclar, Italian mescolare, meschiare), from Latin miscere "to mix" (see mix (v.)). From late 14c. as "busy oneself, be concerned with, engage in;" also disparagingly "interfere, be officious, make a nuisance of oneself" (the notion is of meddling too much). From mid-14c. to 1700, it also was a euphemism for "have sexual intercourse." Related: Meddled; meddling.