Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Plural form of buttinski.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • “The dirija see them as buttinskis and tattletales.”

    Arcane Circle

  • If only all the buttinskis from foundations and community organizations and non-profits and the media would let teachers teach, and give them adequate resources, everything would be dandy.

    Alan Gottlieb: Shine a Light

  • The half-baked thinker that isn't dry behind the ears yet, and these suffragettes and God knows what all buttinskis there are that are trying to tell a business man how to run his business, and some of these college professors are just about as bad, the whole kit and bilin 'of 'em are nothing in God's world but socialism in disguise!

    Main Street

  • It's characteristic of a public sector mentality that these bemedaled buttinskis think a federal mandate could have created a nation so prosperous that even the poor people are fat.

    Reason Magazine

  • Many in Surry - dazzled by promises of jobs, tax revenue and money sprinkled like fairy dust on community projects by the utility cooperative - are well-motivated to portray this as strictly a local issue, and their neighbors as outsiders or buttinskis.

    The Shad Plank

  • For heaven’s sake, Michelle Antoinette and P. Bho are empowering Nanny Bloomberg and other buttinskis to start looking into our recipe boxes to make sure our food doesn’t contain too much of something they don’t like.

    You may need to stockpile Heinz ketchup. | RedState

  • The half - baked thinker that isn’t dry behind the ears yet, and these suffragettes and God knows what all buttinskis there are that are trying to tell a business man how to run his business, and some of these college professors are just about as bad, the whole kit and bilin’ of ’em are nothing in

    Main Street

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.