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  • n. Plural form of buttinsky.


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  • This has application for everyone, but young ladies appear especially susceptible to being busybodies, buttinskies, and backbiters.

    tohu va bohu

  • We examine, instead, the liberalism perceived by a working-class population (still smarting from those unkind cracks about racism and soybeans and all) as the value-system of federal buttinskies, idealism and day-glo peace signs.

    Dissident Voice

  • Extra Point -- Dan Davis (afternoon): "The problem, it seems to me, is that many fans and media buttinskies seem to believe that when Team A is ranked ahead of Team B, and both win, it's impossible for Team A to have lost ground in that standing.

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