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Wuthering Heights
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  • I got the dishcloth, and rather spitefully scrubbed Edgar’s nose and mouth, affirming it served him right for meddling.
  • ’They won’t meddle with persons who touch nothing,’ he remarked, putting the bottle before me, and restoring the displaced table.
  • The less you meddle with him the better.’
  • ’You shall not meddle with him!’
  • ’ "I shall not meddle in the matter," I retorted again.
  • The lands, being a minor, he could not meddle with.
  • Joseph shuffled up and made a noise, but resolutely refused to meddle with him.
  • She sometimes came into the kitchen all wildered like, and looked as if she would fain beg assistance; but I was not going to disobey the master: I never dare disobey him, Mrs. Dean; and, though I thought it wrong that Kenneth should not be sent for, it was no concern of mine either to advise or complain, and I always refused to meddle.

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  • Don’t meddle in my affairs!
  • She’s always meddling in other people’s business.

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