Examples of kibitz in a Sentence
They sat around kibitzing about their children.
My uncle likes to kibitz when I play poker with my cousins.
He likes to kibitz our poker games.
Recent Examples of kibitz from the Web
The volunteers are ordinary people: retired Macy’s executives, social workers, bakers, underemployed millennials or kibitzing empty-nesters.
But while Dyson has kibitzed inside Al Gore's kitchen cabinet, the 36-year-old Mulgan has gone her one better: he was hired to join the crowd at 10 Downing Street as a member of the PM's policy unit.
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Origin and Etymology of kibitz
First Known Use: 1927See Words from the same year
KIBITZ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kibitz for English Language Learners
: to talk to someone in a friendly and informal way
: to watch other people and make unwanted comments about what they are doing
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