Definitions

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  • interjection Alternative spelling of tsk tsk.

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Examples

  • If he wanst to tsk-tsk about it, that is his right, but he has to realize that when the SCOTUS makes an outrageous ruling he is going to meet criticism.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: March 10, 2010

  • Editorial writers would tsk-tsk the unseemliness of their quick resort to negative advertising.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • Editorial writers would tsk-tsk the unseemliness of their quick resort to negative advertising.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • Editorial writers would tsk-tsk the unseemliness of their quick resort to negative advertising.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • The tsk-tsk brigades are now portraying Bayh's surrender as evidence that partisanship has never been worse.

    Is partisanship really the problem?

  • History will look back on this moment with a tsk-tsk and a waving finger and with all the flying blogs and tweets King won't be the only one implicated.

    Lisa Sharon Harper: King's Hearings Worth A Tweet, Not A Speech

  • Because it's really not enough to hear that student loan officers feel bad for me, balanced of course by the tsk-tsk tone when they see that I'm at the base of said cliff and can't climb back up.

    Erica Daigle: Over a Cliff

  • Editorial writers would tsk-tsk the unseemliness of their quick resort to negative advertising.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • Because it's really not enough to hear that student loan officers feel bad for me, balanced of course by the tsk-tsk tone when they see that I'm at the base of said cliff and can't climb back up.

    Erica Daigle: Over a Cliff

  • It is tempting to join the tsk-tsk caucus, to blame "the system" that has caused so much cynicism, to rue the collapse of the political center.

    Is partisanship really the problem?

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