Word of the Day: kibitzer

Pronunciation: [KIB-it-ser]

Definition(s): A giver of uninvited or unwanted advice.
2.A spectator at a card game who looks at the players’ cards over their shoulders, especially one who gives unsolicited advice.
3.A person who jokes, chitchats, or makes wisecracks, especially while others are trying to work or to discuss something seriously.

Part of Speech: noun

Sentence: Cameras filming the World Series of Poker could be considered kibitzers that only differ because they don’t offer advice

Synonyms: observer, onlooker, spectator, witness, meddler, busybody, snoop

Antonyms: participant

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