In`ter*med"dle (?), v. i. [OE. entremedlen, entermellen, to mix together, OF. entremedler, entremeller, entremesler, F. entremeler. See Inter-, and Meddle.]

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

The practice of Spain hath been, by war and by conditions of treaty, to intermeddle with foreign states. Bacon.

Syn. -- To interpose; interfere. See Interpose.

 

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In`ter*med"dle (?), v. t.

To intermix; to mingle.

[Obs.]

Many other adventures are intermeddled. Spenser.

 

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