medal vs meddle

medal meddle


  • 1) A stamped metal disc used as a personal ornament, a charm, or a religious object.
  • 2) A stamped or cast metal object (usually a disc), particularly one awarded as a prize or reward.
  • 3) A flat piece of metal stamped with a design or an inscription commemorating an event or a person, often given as an award.
  • 4) A piece of metal stamped with a religious device, used as an object of veneration or commemoration.
  • 5) A piece of metal in the form of a coin, struck with a device, and intended to preserve the remembrance of a notable event or an illustrious person, or to serve as a reward.
  • 6) A piece of metal, usually circular in form, bearing devices (types) and inscriptions, struck or cast to commemorate a person, an institution, or an event, and distinguished from a coin by not being intended to serve as a medium of exchange.
  • 7) A small metal badge, usually with a ribbon attached, presented for distinguished service.
  • 8) sports To win a medal.
  • 9) To win a medal, as in a sports contest.
  • 10) To award a medal to.
  • 11) To honor or reward with a medal.


  • 1) To intrude into other people's affairs or business; interfere.
  • 2) To handle something carelessly or ignorantly; tamper.
  • 3) 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.
  • 4) [Archaic] to intrude one's self into another person's concerns.
  • 5) obsolete To mix; to mingle.
  • 6) obsolete To interest or engage one's self; to have to do; -- in a good sense.


  • 1) We also make medals and awards.
  • 2) So will gold medals be won in Rio simply by the least disabled in a classification?
  • 3) You can't beat getting a gold medal at a home games.
  • 4) And it was important to me to win medals in those competitions, ” he said.
  • 5) Your car doesn't have to be a medal winner to be featured.
  • 6) Where would our medal haul be without TUEs?
  • 7) The desire to win medals superseded their collective moral and ethical compass and Olympic values of fair play.
  • 8) I want to get some medals for my country.
  • 9) The heptathlete had been expected to challenge for the gold medal in Rio but had to settle for sixth place.
  • 10) She won two silver medals and said it was'a war '.
  • 11) Olympic officials decided that this deserved a gold medal.
  • 12) The only way forward is to think about getting another medal.
  • 13) The medals are awarded to those with the lowest scores.
  • 14) But he is determined to add to his medal haul with another gold next summer.
  • 15) Their medals of honour have to be removed!
  • 16) But since then there have been no medals and the sport has suffered funding cuts.
  • 17) This book deserves a medal for bravery.
  • 18) Some veterans may not get their medals for months.
  • 19) Many have been awarded top bravery medals to reward courage under fire.
  • 20) The man wears his gut like a medal of honour.
  • 21) Six previous grade one chases had brought a clutch of silver and bronze medals.
  • 22) The wines have won numerous medals.
  • 23) No player clutching a winner 's medal doubts the guy who picked him.
  • 24) One gold medal led to another, and another.
  • 25) What would you win a gold medal for, apart from singing?
  • 26) His incredible medal haul also includes five golds at the European championships.
  • 27) Obviously at a home Games the sports and the medal hopefuls get more money.
  • 28) He has earned big bucks and won medals but lost his'game '.
  • 29) It's all about winners' medals.
  • 30) But in today's world the Beeb might perhaps win the title medal for being PC:
  • 31) The term medal (medallia in Florence = 1/2 denier) is applied to pieces of metal, usually circular, which, though issued by a mint, are not intended as a medium of payment.
  • 32) 'You never know, Sol could be getting another title medal of his long career when they are handed out in May.'
  • 33) Unauthorized claims to this medal is a FEDERAL CRIME.
  • 34) Even if a medal is a replica, wearing it still violates federal law, Akrotirianakis told CNN.
  • 35) Any false verbal, written or physical claim to the medal is a federal felony offense.
  • 36) For Spillane, the medal is a good highlight for a career that has included one world title but many frustrating injuries.
  • 37) I hope that the medal is a beer bottle cap suspended from a condom.
  • 38) Much of this might not be a problem if there were a requirement to emulate awards for gallantry to the military which are always accompanied by a citation setting out the deed for which the medal is awarded or, in the case, for example, of the Distinguished Service Order, the nature of the services rendered that merit the award.
  • 39) ‘Pope John Paul II has awarded a medal of distinction to a Sutton woman who has given her life to the service of the church, the young and the needy.’
  • 40) ‘The show garden section has been expanded, and the event awarded its own medals for the first time this year.’
  • 41) ‘This week her work was recognised when she was awarded the prestigious medal of the Order of Mercy from the League of Mercy.’
  • 42) ‘Purple Heart medals are awarded to nine soldiers who suffered wounds in Iraq.’
  • 43) ‘These medals were awarded in bronze for having four children, silver for six, and gold for eight.’
  • 44) ‘No medal was awarded on Friday as the events were still at the qualifying stage.’
  • 45) ‘Cabinets of coins, medals, and bronze statuettes became a characteristic feature of German princely collections.’
  • 46) ‘Jewelry and 107 medals and awards were also stolen from the apartment.’
  • 47) ‘He was awarded numerous medals and attained the rank of Lieutenant before discharging in 1970.’
  • 48) ‘Thomas had won many medals and awards in both handball and football.’
  • 49) ‘My grandfather's medals were awarded for his service with the St John Ambulance Brigade during the Boer War.’
  • 50) ‘Player of the Year awards and team medals will be presented on the night.’
  • 51) ‘Most of it was devoted to the award of medals in the Falklands War.’
  • 52) ‘The medals were awarded to individuals who had been nominated by others in their communities.’
  • 53) ‘To see the joy on so many young faces when presented with medals and awards was reward enough.’
  • 54) ‘The medal was awarded to airmen involved in enemy contact.’
  • 55) ‘The team also picked up five silver and three bronze team medals at the event.’
  • 56) ‘Britain doubled their medal haul in Paris after scooping two medals on the final day of the World Championships.’
  • 57) ‘I will train for better results but I don't think too much about medals.’
  • 58) ‘No service member is entitled to wear all three medals for the same act, achievement or period of service.’
  • 59) ‘Freshman Deary should also be able to help with the distance events, having medaled at senior nationals in the 400 meter free.’
  • 60) ‘I medaled in all six of my events, and I almost captured the gold in the 200 meter backstroke, missing by just 1-tenth of a second.’
  • 61) ‘She and her teammates brought home a bronze medal in the team event, and she medalled on vault (bronze).’
  • 62) ‘I think in the long run it is maybe better, not medaling just motivates me even more now.’
  • 63) ‘The United States men's basketball teams have now medaled in every Olympics they have participated in, winning gold 12 times, silver once, and bronze twice.’
  • 64) ‘Cop has medaled in three Olympic Games, winning Silver in Athens, Gold in Sydney and Bronze in Barcelona, all in addition to eight World Championship medals.’
  • 65) ‘Croatia last medaled at the 1996 Olympic Games, taking silver in Atlanta.’
  • 66) ‘From 1936 on, the U.S. men medaled only in the boycotted Los Angeles Olympics of 1984.’
  • 67) ‘She is a solid international competitor, having medaled in three World Endurance Championships.’
  • 68) ‘Having already medaled in both the winter and summer Games, Clara is a legend in Canada.’
  • 69) ‘He changed the course of the Olympics by giving himself the chance to run in two events to try and medal in two events.’
  • 70) ‘She might also have medalled on the uneven bars, her favourite event, but because of her lingering wrist injury she had to take out some of her best skills.’
  • 71) ‘She medalled on all three of these events at the 1998 World Cup finals in Sabae, Japan - her final competition.’
  • 72) ‘She has medalled in every major international event except the Olympics.’
  • 73) ‘Four years later, she became the first person to medal in both a swimming and diving event in the Olympics.’
  • 74) ‘I think with my personal best I have a chance at medalling internationally.’
  • 75) ‘Indeed, she medalled in every competition in which she competed.’
  • 76) ‘She has competed at five Olympic Games and medalled at all of them including four golds.’
  • 77) ‘It won't be long before the United States fails to medal in Olympic basketball.’
  • 78) ‘Obree didn't medal, and had to be coaxed from a fifth-floor window sill by a teammate.’
  • 79) ‘Lipa consolidated her place as the most medalled Olympic rower with eight, and also became the first female rower to win five golds, having taken her first in Los Angeles back in 1984.’


  • 1) Are you fed up with meddling foreign judges?
  • 2) It might make them less cavalier in meddling with other people 's savings.
  • 3) If you meddle in other people 's relationships you do so at your peril.
  • 4) This cannot be excused as a polite wariness of meddling in another country 's due process.
  • 5) He should not be meddling in our country 's affairs.
  • 6) For too long we have had too many people who are unaccountable with a licence to meddle in people 's lives.
  • 7) Just another actor using their'celebrity' status to meddle in politics.
  • 8) Police must be free to fight crime without political meddling, the country 's most senior officer said yesterday.
  • 9) Many Cubans remain fiercely nationalistic and resentful of what they see as US meddling in their country.
  • 10) How to make doing nothing - indeed REFUSING to "meddle" - look as though it is a real act of leadership.
  • 11) "it's my job to meddle," is more than equipped to tackle.
  • 12) My meddle is definitely being tested in the Holy Land, where people still smoke in the malls (even though it’s technically illegal, but no one cares).
  • 13) But that depends on how much Sony meddle, which is, I admit, a big factor.
  • 14) Martin Luther King invited them to meddle, which is why he repeatedly said, "The world is watching," a phrase which President Obama is now using against Iran.
  • 15) To meddle or not to meddle, that is not the question...
  • 16) There's always a risk that the politicians will meddle, which is one reason for the Bush Administration to do this now so it can insist on enough political insulation.
  • 17) It is a decent enough trade; plenty of people with fine titles meddle with it.
  • 18) Martin Luther King invited them to meddle, which is why he repeatedly said,
  • 19) ‘Don't meddle in matters that don't concern you, unless you want to face the wrath of Rowan!’
  • 20) ‘Elections should be open and transparent so there is no opportunity for meddling.’
  • 21) ‘He also said foreign governments should stop meddling in Hong Kong's affairs.’
  • 22) ‘Perhaps someone with the inquisitiveness of my German friend has been meddling.’
  • 23) ‘Increasingly, the minister is meddling in areas that he should leave well alone.’
  • 24) ‘The Labour factions decided, however, it was no good meddling in West Lothian.’
  • 25) ‘She's the do-gooder type who always meddles in business that's no affair of hers.’
  • 26) ‘If they are given autonomy, they will ensure that no neighbor meddles in their affairs.’
  • 27) ‘She meddled in places she had no business being, was emotionally manipulative, and a professional passive/aggressive.’
  • 28) ‘But many think it was because he meddled in politics and posed a threat to President Putin.’
  • 29) ‘This isn't the first time the international community has meddled in Zimbabwe's affairs.’
  • 30) ‘I do think the Government and its agencies have meddled far too long in the affairs of rugby.’
  • 31) ‘Politicians or other misguided do-gooders won't be able to meddle.’
  • 32) ‘It is one thing to contact the dead, it is another to meddle and you are meddling.’
  • 33) ‘Wouldn't it be a better idea, if the government is going to meddle in this matter at all, for them to find ways to make the city more affordable?’
  • 34) ‘She also warned other nations not to meddle in China's internal affairs.’
  • 35) ‘These business men who come in to football in search of a quick buck and a hobby to see them through their retirement must not be allowed to meddle in affairs of which they have no concept.’
  • 36) ‘And he is suspicious of attempts to meddle in the internal business of others.’
  • 37) ‘Jack Taggart, is yelling at his son, Billy, to carefully affix all the scarecrows to their posts, while also accusing him of meddling with his equipment.’
  • 38) ‘He told Hudson that he had to understand that people who had their homes invaded felt very bad about the fact that others had been meddling with their property.’
  • 39) ‘Stating that the gallery is full-fledged now, Vidya says that it has sufficient space and infrastructure to host an exclusive show without meddling with the regular display area.’
  • 40) ‘Fortunately for other motorists on the busy road, there were no outrageous stunts and nobody was meddling with the traffic lights to foil the police, but onlookers agreed it was still an impressive sight.’
  • 41) ‘Youngsters who began meddling with the furniture and other products on display, had to be restrained now and again by the elders accompanying them.’
  • 42) ‘Yet I never met a designer who was happy to have his or her work meddled with.’

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