in·ter·fere vi -fered, -fer·ing1: to act in a way that impedes or obstructs others2: to enter into the concerns of others
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
arrest, bar, be an obstacle, block, break in, burden, check, clog, counteract, countervail, cramp, cripple, cross, curb, deter, disallow, disturb, encroach, encumber, entrammel, fetter, foil, forbid, hamper, handicap, hinder, impede, infringe, inhibit, intercede, intercept, interject, intermeddle, intermit, interpellare, interpose, interrupt, intervene, intervenire, intrude, invade, meddle, obstruct, preclude, prevent, prohibit, retard, stop, thwart, work against
associated concepts: interference with business relations, interference with contract rights, interference with interstate commerce, unreasonable interference
- Forstellarius est pauperum depressor et totius communltatls et patriae publicus inimicus. — A forestaller is an enemy of the poor, and a public enemy of the country- Nemo debet immiscere se rei ad se nihil pertinenti. — No one should interfere with a thing that in no respect concerns himII index arrest (stop), censor, clog, constrict (inhibit), counter, countervail, debar, defer (put off), delay, disqualify, disrupt, disturb, encroach, encumber (hinder), estop, fight (counteract), forestall, hamper, hinder, hold up (delay), impede, impose (intrude), infringe, intercede, interpose, interrupt, intervene, intrude, mediate, militate, obtrude, obturate, overstep, parry, prevent, prohibit, tamper, thwart
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006