gritch


Also found in: Idioms.

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).
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Such words as "yode," "dearworth," and "gritch" were spoken by actors wearing Chuck Taylor sneakers sitting on folding plastic benches.
* Debriefing: You know that friend, that one you can call up and really "gritch" to when you've had a bad day?
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. Ron Romanick got the win, Donnie Moore the save, Pete Vukovich the loss.