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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of kibitz.


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  • She's proving to be an artist whose music and personality work on multiple fronts, from radio to live shows to Twitter, where Ms. Bareilles kibitzes with her 1.9 million followers about singing with the Indigo Girls or buying a saw at Home Depot.

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  • Obama urges others to take action, kibitzes with corporate executives, shifts some government personnel and signals the start of a review process.

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  • Everyone mingles and kibitzes; Santino immediately puts it forth that he's the winner, of course (by the way -- he isn't -- snicker).

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  • As host Regis Philbin kibitzes with him, the contestant grows more assured.

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  • Space station flight engineer Garrett Reisman kibitzes with Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert during a video linkup on Thursday.

    Space Diary: Space Habitats

  • Under a brilliant blue sky, the Israelis have built prosperous farms and kibitzes, planted forests, turned streets of sand into shining boulevards, raised families and welcomed the arrival of brothers and sisters from Europe and North Africa, from Russia and Ethiopia, and America.

    Remarks By The President At Isreal 50th Anniversary Reception

  • As Phillips kibitzes with McKay, his self-deprecating humor elicits responses that are innocent and coy.


  • "I was just over my mother's house for a family meal, and she had made 56 courses," he kibitzes.

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  • Kevin kibitzes that I should put a star or smiley face on my scorecard, but in my short-hand for such things, I favor the exclamation point; Anderson focuses on taking third base on the play, another smart bit of baserunning.

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