It seemed to her that her aunt was meddlesome; and from this came a vague apprehension that she would spoil something.
A consummate sense of her aunt’s meddlesome folly had come over her during the last five minutes, and she was sickened at the thought that Mrs. Penniman had been let loose, as it were, upon her happiness.
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fear a meddlesome government agency arbitraily enforcing vague rules
Mr. Curtain had transformed all those meddlesome people into his own private workforce, and they didn’t even realize it.
Trenton Lee Stewart -- The Mysterious Benedict Society