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  • n. Plural form of nitpicker.


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  • My guess is the 'nitpickers' will have a field day with Fringe and it may not be able to generate enough positive word of mouth to keep going.

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  • In another forum, I saw a poster actually complain about people like Steve McIntyre and such as nitpickers who are just dying to find some minor math error to attempt to deny there’s that word again the truth.

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  • Now when nitpickers of North American or South American nativity complain about the term Americano/a the answer is simply: Of course you are right, but you do know now what country I am from don't you?


  • Yes, the 2011 men's tournament and Division I for all you nitpickers, and you know who you are.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • I told the people I hung out with that they just needed to “look on the bright side” and tell nitpickers to get off their backs.

    The 7

  • H2O hated nitpickers; those hard to impress faction of civilians that expected all superheroes to be like those on the news that could fly or run at amazing speed or be impervious.


  • I guess I could refer to our fighting men and women as "our brave ones," or "our dedicated ones," but the nitpickers would then claim that not all our military are brave or dedicated.

    Dorian de Wind: Our Military: Yes, They Are All Heroes

  • I usually understate the number to deflect nitpickers as "90% plus" - and I must have fallen in love with this number.

    Tonight: The Jefferson-Jackson Dinner

  • OK, well certainly I wouldn't want to get you in any trouble with the nitpickers so in the interest of full disclosure, I was rounding up from 95.83% when I said 96%.

    Tonight: The Jefferson-Jackson Dinner

  • The nitpickers who want to tear down a calm moment, which for a lot of poor saps, may be the ONLY calm moment they get in a day.

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