Examples of nitpick in a Sentence
her husband nitpicks about everything: from how she puts the plates away to how she files the bills
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However, Williams took a risk returning to school and will have to make serious strides in his offensive game to avoid being nitpicked by scouts and bypassed by younger prospects.
Since Harrell first proposed body cameras in 2010, the idea has been nitpicked by virtually everyone who came into contact with it — often for well-meaning reasons.
Oh, his strategic moves will be nitpicked and second-guessed, just like any manager.
Otherwise, Kerr had little to nitpick about in the 132-113 domination.
Not many holes in the resume Despite his seven Eclipse Awards for Top Trainer and a career earnings mark that now stands north of $338 million, skeptics love to nitpick Pletcher's resume.
This might seem like nitpicking, but the quickest way for a young quarterback to tick off his receivers and lose their trust is by putting them in position to be a defensive back’s kill shot.
No longer forced to nitpick over which government programs to cut, political leaders emerge with new initiatives to help solve seemingly intractable social problems, like drug addiction.
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Origin and Etymology of nitpick
back-formation from nit-picking
First Known Use: 1956See Words from the same year
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