To interest or engage one's self; to have to do; -- / a good sense.
To interest or engage one's self unnecessarily or impertinently, to interfere or busy one's self improperly with another's affairs; specifically, to handle or distrub another's property without permission; -- often followed by with or in.
For above all things Love means sweetness, and truth, and measure; yea, loyalty to the loved one and to your word. And because of this I dare not meddle with so high a matter. Marie de France
Do not meddle in the affairs of Wizards, for they are subtle and quick to anger. J. R. R. Tolkien
When I am grown to man's estate I shall be very proud and great. And tell the other girls and boys Not to meddle with my toys. Robert Louis Stevenson
An offensive war, I believe to be wrong and would therefore have nothing to do with it, having no right to meddle with another man's property, his ox or his ass, his man servant or his maid servant or anything this is his. Daniel Morgan
Christ's fishermen should not meddle with men's law, for men' s law contains sharp stones and trees by which the net of God is broken, and the fish wend out of the world. John Wycliffe