Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of know-it-all.

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Examples

  • In private, Boehner has grown tired of what he dismissively calls the "know-it-alls who have all the right answers."

    Crooks and Liars

  • That is not to say that he neglects fact-finding and research; he consults a battery of military know-it-alls ( "Monday morning academics") around the country and, when commissioned to do a painting for a regiment, asks for uniforms and weaponry to be brought to him, as well as sends preliminary sketches for approval.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • I have a low tolerance for "know-it-alls" but I guess we can't get rid of those folks either.

    In regards to locked thread on importing autos..

  • Why should we listen to new ideas from these unelected know-it-alls if they won't listen to new ideas from our elected leaders?

    The Median Household, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • But rather than listen to the grievances of Tottenham or Handsworth or, yes, Edmonton, the metropolitan know-it-alls are riding in on their own hobby horses.

    UK riots: political classes see what they want to see

  • That is not to say that he neglects fact-finding and research; he consults a battery of military know-it-alls ( "Monday morning academics") around the country and, when commissioned to do a painting for a regiment, asks for uniforms and weaponry to be brought to him, as well as sends preliminary sketches for approval.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • That is not to say that he neglects fact-finding and research; he consults a battery of military know-it-alls ( "Monday morning academics") around the country and, when commissioned to do a painting for a regiment, asks for uniforms and weaponry to be brought to him, as well as sends preliminary sketches for approval.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • That is not to say that he neglects fact-finding and research; he consults a battery of military know-it-alls ( "Monday morning academics") around the country and, when commissioned to do a painting for a regiment, asks for uniforms and weaponry to be brought to him, as well as sends preliminary sketches for approval.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • That is not to say that he neglects fact-finding and research; he consults a battery of military know-it-alls ( "Monday morning academics") around the country and, when commissioned to do a painting for a regiment, asks for uniforms and weaponry to be brought to him, as well as sends preliminary sketches for approval.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

  • That is not to say that he neglects fact-finding and research; he consults a battery of military know-it-alls ( "Monday morning academics") around the country and, when commissioned to do a painting for a regiment, asks for uniforms and weaponry to be brought to him, as well as sends preliminary sketches for approval.

    Daniel Grant: Artwork That Is Judged on the Basis of Accuracy

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