gritch


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gritch

/grich/ 1. A complaint (often caused by a glitch).

2. To complain. Often verb-doubled: "Gritch gritch".

3. A synonym for glitch (as verb or noun).
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At Milwaukee County Stadium that evening, with 40,000 others, I watched (this will be time travel for some of you) the Angels beat the Brewers, 5-4, behind a Reggie Jackson three-run tater and two doubles by Bobby Gritch.
Leonard, "The Origins and Character of Fundamentalism," Review and Expositor: A Baptist Theological Journal 79 (1982) 5-17, and Eric Gritch, Born Againism: Perspectives on a Movement (Philadelphia: Fortress, 1982).