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- n. Alternative form of kibitzer.
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KURTZ: Now the redesigned "Newsweek" magazine, in search of that all-important buzz, has tapped Colbert to be the guest editor of the issue out today, the first such outsized kibbitzer in its 76-year history.
"We've created a virtual Bush operation in Austin," explains Mark McKinnon, Bush's top ad guy during the presidential campaign who now calls himself "just a kibbitzer."
(If I were of any influence instead of a kibbitzer, I'd include myself as one of them.)
If I were of any influence instead of a kibbitzer, I'd include myself as one of them.
His authority for doing so sprang from his own passion to perform well—he never criticized from the role of a detached analyst or a kibbitzer.
A tiny statue group: old men and a kibbitzer around a chess set, in inset jade.
That perpetual kibbitzer, Gacioch, laughed and made snide remarks.