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    officious - Dictionary definition and meaning for word officious

    (adj) intrusive in a meddling or offensive manner
    Example Sentence
    • an interfering old woman
    • bustling about self-importantly making an officious nuisance of himself
    • busy about other people's business
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for officious

OFFICIOUS,the first part of the word sounds similar to office. Imagine a government office where people poke their nose in other's affairs, they are INTERFERING.

Offi(in offices)+cious(curious).. in offices ppl vl be curious for promotions so they vil be pushy in offering services

excessive eagerness to do OFFicial work of OFFering service or advice..

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In an office, people are always poking into (meddling with) others affairs, in a irritating manner.

Imagine a police OFFICER that was so OFFICIOUS on the highway he made a car stop for several hours

Off-ish in the office = because they're pushy with their services to get a promotion

read off as offering and cious as service so one hu offer his service

inclined towards making our mood off - OFFIng eaCh and every 1 Of US

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