prying, intervention, fussy, interference, searching, meddlesome, peeping, in use, intrusive, curious, busy, interrupting, snooping, engaged, participate, intrusion, busybodied, obtrusion, rudeness, inquisitive, inquiring, officious, scrutinizing
counteracting (part of speech: verb)
opposing (part of speech: verb)
defying, checking, conflicting, antagonizing, confronting, hindering, countering, obstructing, counterattacking, crossing, objecting, disputing, intercepting, impeding, opposing, contradicting, resisting, interfering, repulsing, oppressing, fighting, repressing, inhibiting, repelling, counteracting, rebuffing, disagreeing, challenging, suppressing, protesting
deranging (part of speech: verb)
disorganizing, convulsing, discomposing, disarranging, tampering, muddling, scattering, deranging, hashing, displacing, jumbling, swirling, whisking, tossing, ruffling, dislocating, mislaying, confusing, troubling, roiling, disturbing, roughening, churning, rummaging, mixing up, messing, disheveling, botching, capsizing, misplacing, confounding, agitating, tumbling, cluttering, upsetting, scrambling, rumpling, rippling, fermenting, perturbing, whipping, disordering, tousling, blurring, mussing
- He could endure her French people and their meddling no longer, he said. - "Henrietta Maria", Henrietta Haynes.
- Is not that meddling with his private conscience to forbid him to go to mass? - "By What Authority?", Robert Hugh Benson.
- It's he you mean, sir, that is meddling in this affair of Lady Mason's. - "Orley Farm", Anthony Trollope.