presumptuous, engaged, pushing, dictatorial, bossy, autocratic, inquiring, meddling, domineering, in use, fussy, protrusive, overbearing, presuming, prescriptive, busy, on someone's back, participate, intruding, peeping, scrutinizing, busybodied
curious (part of speech: adjective)
intrusive (part of speech: adjective)
interrupting, troublesome, obtrusive, invasive, snooping, impeding, butting in, kibitzing, impertinent, chiseling in, obstructive, forward, interfering, encumbering, pushy, study at inquisitive, tampering, hindering, officious, intrusive, interposing
- What do you care for meddlesome people's thoughts? - "After a Shadow, and Other Stories", T. S. Arthur.
- Now all this time Garrofat and Doola were busy with a little scheme of their own that promised to remove one, and perhaps both, of these meddlesome strangers from the kingdom. - "Bright-Wits, Prince of Mogadore", Burren Laughlin and L. L. Flood.
- The coast was clear; there was no meddlesome patrol in sight. - "New-Arabian-Nights", Stevenson, Robert Louis.