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gritch

slang To complain or gripe. I turned the thermostat up, so you all can stop gritching now. Michael, as long as you have such long hair, Grandma is going to gritch about it, so you had better just get used to it.
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gritch

(grɪtʃ)
1. in. to complain. (A blend of gripe and bitch.) Stop gritching all the time.
2. n. a complainer; a griper. You are getting to be such a gritch.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Note that you can reach the logical conclusion without having the foggiest notion of what constitutes a "gritch" (I invented 'it') or what qualifies as "four-floogled hogwashhood (or -ness)"; that is, you can reach a correct, formally logical conclusion about nonsense.
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).
In a videoconference especially, listen for the "gritch."