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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of kibbitz.


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  • Hugh Dancy and Claire Danes kibbitzed with their pals Eddie Redmayne (of "Red") as well as Mamie Gummer (Meryl Streep's daughter) and her fianc,

    A Private Party for Perfume Packaging

  • We kibbutzed kibbitzed, we typed, and we shared her very tasty tea-cake.


  • We chatted, we kibbitzed and then, we gathered to go over to the Shul Yiddish for Synagogue, where Boo would lead the service.

    Bat Mitzvah Decompression « The Life and Times of Organic Mama

  • While the men kibbitzed I took a stroll through the nearby glen.

    Archive 2005-05-08

  • The rest of us just contributed photos and thank yous and kibbitzed to her about the best way to do it.

    In case you need to ruin a new keyboard

  • It would be a lush literary landscape—the house on Washington Square where Catherine Sloper waited and yearned, the coffee shops where the characters of Ralph Ellison and Isaac Bashevis Singer quarreled and kibbitzed, the offices where John Cheever's people spent their days, the clubs where Jay McInerney's creatures wasted their nights, the East 70's and Upper West Side avenues where the Glass family bickered Salinger gives several addresses, downtown where Ishmael wandered the docks. LITERARY MAP OF MANHATTAN.

  • Also worked on two Tales from the Captain's Table stories and kibbitzed on the cover for Articles of the Federation.


  • My friends and some in the press had kibbitzed about my clothes, my hair and my makeup since the day Bill announced he would run.

    Living History

  • When the rental guys arrived, they kibbitzed in French for a while and then said, "You're really lucky."

    Derek Powazek

  • I love that the Agency kibbitzed about the upcoming speech at the Porcupine Club, made a point of the fact that their focus was international intelligence only, but were clearly collecting and disseminating domestic intelligence right there in the memos!

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