Synonyms of 'meddlesome'
a meddlesome member of the public
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If you describe someone as interfering, you are criticizing them because they try to get involved in other people's affairs or to give them advice, especially when the advice is not wanted.
She regarded her mother as an interfering busybody.
Her bodyguards were less than gentle with intrusive journalists.
If you describe someone as officious, you are critical of them because they are eager to tell people what to do when you think they should not.
An officious little security guard approached us.
Thesaurus for meddlesome from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you describe a person as meddlesome , you are criticizing them because they try to influence or change things that do not concern them.