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To thrust one’s nose into


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To thrust one’s nose into means to meddle in something needlessly.

Sample Usage

1. Bobby hated it when his aunt constantly thrust her nose into his business dealings.

2. Savitri warned her cousin not to thrust her nose into her personal affairs and to mind her own business.


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