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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • But why should I meddle in the matter? it is no affair of mine.
  • Why should you meddle with what does not concern you?
  • "I know not why you meddle," said Fernand, seizing his arm; "but this I know, you have some motive of personal hatred against Dantes, for he who himself hates is never mistaken in the sentiments of others."
  • Drink then, and do not meddle with what we are discussing, for that requires all one’s wit and cool judgment."
  • "My love," said the marquise, "attend to your doves, your lap-dogs, and embroidery, but do not meddle with what you do not understand.

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

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