- v. alternative spelling of kibitz.
- v. make unwanted and intrusive comments
“Foster asked on a recent rare day when the two were able to take a "meating" - their tongue-in-cheek terminology - and kibbitz in Barrow's kitchen.”
“Unfortunately, I got there too late to get in the game, but I did hang out and kibbitz for a while, oogling the wonderful Aphid Aethership models and giant Martian “Kite” ships.”
“It was there that we huddled around a horrible black Formica dinner table with tubular metal legs to eat and kibbitz next to the stove, on which a pot of tomato sauce and a pot of chicken soup often sat side by side.”
“That's where you all come in: use the comments below to kibbitz -- I've been playing with ImageMagick's "convert" tool all day (using lines like "convert - geometry 4414x3123 - density 300x300 - quality 100 pdf: original. pdf [1-153] converted. png") with no success.”
“He calls this year's typically jolly version "Swing in the Holiday," a title stressing one aspect of his musical inclinations and assiduously avoiding mention of Christmas, because -- Jewish with what could be called a predisposition to the kibbitz -- he celebrates Christmas and Hannukah by honoring and kidding both holidays.”
“I'm guessing that the urge to kibbitz excessively will quickly become unbearable for both of them.”
“Stay tuned for more; this kibbitz won't end so easily.”
“To hear their takes on today's movies -- and to hear the conversation and anecdotes as they kibbitz about their own experiences in movieland.”
“I'm not able to make an LJ-poll, but I'll ask this question anyway and feel free to kibbitz in comments:”
“Several other Wild Carders should also be on hand to kibbitz, so you can get signatures on your INSIDE STRAIGHT paperbacks and even some of the earlier volumes as well.”
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