Meaning of meddler in English:

meddler

Pronunciation /ˈmɛd(ə)lə/

noun

See meddle

‘His reputation as a meddler, unwilling to afford his managers free rein, is as damaging as what appears to be his unrealistic ambition.’
  • ‘He's a meddler; the kind of person who hasn't got the good sense to leave well enough alone.’
  • ‘Reporters are seen as uneducated meddlers, sticking their nose in where it does not belong.’
  • ‘I was always the best meddler in the family, and in the class.’
  • ‘But the little meddler covers her tracks so well that I can never be sure.’