Interpose and Meddle

Interpose

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Interpose verb – To act as a go-between for opposing sides.
Usage example: an elder statesman who has interposed a number of times in international conflicts

Meddle is a synonym for interpose. In some cases you can use "Meddle" instead a verb "Interpose".
Nearby Words: interposition, interposing
Synonyms for Interpose

Meddle

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Meddle verb – To interest oneself in what is not one's concern.
Usage example: please stop meddling in your sister's marriage, even though you mean well

Interpose is a synonym for meddle in interfere topic. You can use "Interpose" instead a verb "Meddle", if it concerns topics such as intervene.
Nearby Words: meddling, meddler, meddlesome
Synonyms for Meddle
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