- n. One who nitpicks (finds fault in unimportant details).
- n. someone who makes small and unjustified criticisms
- to nitpick + -er. (Wiktionary)
“The ad sounds convincing -- but perhaps being a word nitpicker, the Sun does now 'might not mean much if Sun has drastically cut back due to plummeting sales," Rich Partridge, an analyst at Ideas International, said in an e-mail.”
“Candy: My review process: I read the book, dog-ear any pages with problematic passages, do research as necessary to make sure I’m not talking entirely out of my ass when I’m in nitpicker mode, then write.”
“DonBelacquaDelPurgatorio on Corruption and popcorn nitpicker on A get together to tear it apart”
“One of the first things a true nitpicker learns (in high school English) is that this “wherefore” means “why,” not “where.””
“Posted November 30, 2006 3: 47 PM nitpicker writes: regarding the Best Way to fix Social Security.”
“Unpleasantness is built into the CAG's job as the chief nitpicker of the government.”
“February 20th, 2010 at 5: 03 pm ralph the wonder llama, official spokesllama for the Llama Milk Council® says: nitpicker says:”
“February 20th, 2010 at 3: 12 pm pags2 says: nitpicker says:”
“I hope that answers any questions you have about the policy solutions supported by Think Progress. nitpicker says:”
“February 8th, 2010 at 2: 37 pm barfly says: nitpicker says:”
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