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meddle
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Pygmalion
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  • THE FLOWER GIRL [still nursing her sense of injury] Ain’t no call to meddle with me, he ain’t.
  • [To the note taker] See here: what call have you to know about people what never offered to meddle with you?
  • It is astonishing how much Eliza still manages to meddle in the housekeeping at Wimpole Street in spite of the shop and her own family.
  • He said she was not within ten years of being qualified to meddle with his pet subject; and as it was evident that the Colonel agreed with him, she felt she could not go against them in this grave matter, and that she had no right, without Higgins’s consent, to exploit the knowledge he had given her; for his knowledge seemed to her as much his private property as his watch: Eliza was no communist.

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

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