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Kibitzer: someone who offers unwanted advice; someone who offers unsolicited opinions Kibitzer is a Yiddish word. Originally, a kibitzer described someone looking over your shoulder during a card game, offering unwelcome advice. These days, a kibitzer is an...
If you are throwing things out of your window today, consider first shouting "Gardyloo!" Gardyloo is a warning shout. Back in the old days, when pots were emptied into the streets, the one pouring whatever they were pouring into the streets would warn others by...
I study words for a living. I am always a little surprised when I run across a word like Everywhen. It looks like a typo. It isn't. Everywhen is an English adverb. It means: always, at all times. So, there you go. When it comes to English, it's best to everywhen...