officious [uh-fish-uh s]
1. objectionably aggressive in offering one's unrequested and unwanted services, help, or advice; meddlesome: an officious person.
2. marked by or proceeding from such forwardness: officious interference.
3. Obsolete. ready to serve; obliging.
Can be confused
1. interfering, meddling.
Origin: 1555-65; < Latin officiosus obliging, dutiful, equivalent to offici (um) office + -osus -ous
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