kibitz : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make unwanted and intrusive comments
- Business seminars also offer a chance to kibitz with outsiders.
- He would joke, have fun, kibitz around.
- Only two can play, but any number can kibitzand everyone, it seems, has a system for duplicating "X's" talent for winning.
- Billy Joel in Rolling Stone
Joel responds, "Elton and I don't really sit down and discuss our future plans with each other. We see each other backstage and we hang out and kibitz and talk about music and life. When Elton did that interview, he'd just found out from his booking...
- Gray Davis in Los Angeles Times
I'm running out of people to kibitz with,Davis joked Tuesday. "They are all busy working for Arnold."