busybody


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a person given to intruding in other people's affairs

Synonyms for busybody

a person who meddles in the affairs of others

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Lasting a month, the season features Busybody, Death By Fatal Murder, Who Killed 'Agatha' Christie?
There are far too many busybody organisations putting their noses into other people's business.
She has the right kind of wispy, busybody style that makes you believe in Agatha Christie's heroine.
I was aghast to read of the unpleasantness that she received following the Grand National and can only assure her that for every vicious busybody who wastes good ink and paper in causing hurt, there are scores more like me who enjoy and appreciate her excellent presenting on television and radio and who sincerely wish her all the best.
com is a site dedicated to all those "helpful" notes, busybody emails and stroppy memos sent to "all" in the workplace.
The actress, whose role as busybody Dot Cotton is one of the most enduring on the BBC1 soap, receives her MBE for services to drama and charity.
Her character in the romantic comedy ``Because I Said So'' is an exasperating busybody who meddles outrageously in her adult daughters' lives.
And busybody Blanche can get away with wearing glasses twice the size of her head without anyone taking the mick.
Ms Perrie, 75, who played sharp-tongued busybody Ivy Tilsley in the hit ITV soap for 15 years, died on Friday night.
And the women are even harder to keep track of, going from crone to local busybody.
Some Australian reference works state the existence of another playbill dated July 23, 1796, advertising a performance of The Busybody and The Poor Soldier for the benefit of H.
It's said that nobody likes a busybody, but security professionals are one exception to that rule.
Viewers will see busybody Mrs Mack for the last time next month when the curtain falls on a TV institution.
In the spirit of team-spirit busybody and Bowling Alone author Robert Putnam, Moskos conceives an era of impressment for both civilian and military duties.
Brother Busybody took pride in cutting his turnips in perfect cubes and peeling them with the minimum of waste.