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neutralized, offsetted.
agitated, blurred, botched, cluttered, confounded, confused, deranged, disarranged, discomposed, disheveled, dislocated, disordered, disorganized, disturbed, fermented, jumbled, mislaid, misplaced, perturbed, rippled, roiled, roughened, ruffled, rumpled, scattered, scrambled, tousled, troubled, upset, Capsized, Churned, Displaced, Hashed, Messed, Mussed, Rummaged, Tampered, Tossed, Tumbled, Whipped, Whisked, Convulsed, Swirled, mixed up muddled.
checked, crossed, disputed, impeded, inhibited, obstructed, opposed, oppressed, repressed, suppressed, Antagonized, Challenged, Defied, Disagreed, Fought, Hindered, Intercepted, Interfered, Objected, Rebuffed, Repelled, Repulsed, Resisted, Conflicted, Confronted, Contradicted, Counteracted, Protested, countered, counterattacked.
Examples of usage:
  1. So late as October, 1779, though admitting his lack of knowledge concerning an affair in which he had " never meddled," he still thought Deane " innocent." – Benjamin Franklin by John Torrey Morse, Jr.
  2. As every man kept his knowledge to himself, the world escaped the curse of scepticism; and as every man kept his virtues to himself, nobody meddled in other people's business. – Reviews by Oscar Wilde
  3. It's true, she's meddled in matters that didn't concern her, but there is an excuse. – Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia by William Gilmore Simms
  4. They believe that these things are too sacred to be meddled with, or even sometimes, to be questioned. – The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit by Ralph Waldo Trine
  5. " I forgot," said he, " that it was as a rival and not as a coadjutor you meddled in this matter." – That Affair Next Door by Anna Katharine Green