- v. Simple past tense and past participle of kvetch.
“At exchange operator Direct Edge, Chief Executive William O ' Brien decided to give all employees one floating holiday to use in 2011 after spokesman Rafi Reguer " kvetched " about the situation.”
“He tells us how to employ cliché—with a twist, he suggests, as in the micro-memoir "I came, I saw, I kvetched.”
“If you've ever kvetched about the way your state's late primary ends up being largely irrelevant year in and year out, and have suspected that the media had a large hand in that, congratulations!”
“Though the New York Post and Daily News once a year routinely call for the abolition of this 179-year-old office (with periodic name changes) - and mayors, too, have predictably kvetched about an office that's mandated to be the watchdog over City Hall-there's no public support for ending something that keeps the bureaucracy on its toes.”
“He kvetched and annoyed his way out of the game, voted out because no one could stand to be around him a moment longer.”
“Ditto for such long-suffering conservative entertainers as actress Janine Turner, who kvetched that at one point she thought she would be fired from Friday Night Lights -- that commie TV show about Texas high school football -- because of her politics.”
“She wriggled and kvetched, though she seemed happier in the Next Gen ep before that.”
“I will say that just about every Australian we met there was polite, friendly, and helpful, and while I may have kvetched a bit about the food prices, I think we got great value for our money and time.”
“During the following week on blogs and Twitter Purple Ticket holders kvetched about their plights.”
“He further kvetched in his thinly veiled editorial that what Mr Greenwald presents in his documentary "again and again, are terrifying images of children".”
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