Marplot

Part of speech: noun

One who, by meddling, spoils a plan.

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Usage examples "marplot":

  1. Outside the house again, his mother punched Iskender in the back and spat at him, calling him fool and marplot, cursing all his ancestry. - "The Valley of the Kings", Marmaduke Pickthall.
  2. They addressed themselves to the members of the senate in private, here a man and there a man, and denounced him as the marplot of the constitution. - "Hellenica", Xenophon.