noting or pertaining to a person who criticizes, judges, or gives advice outside the area of his or her expertise: The play provides a classic, simplistic portrayal of an ultracrepidarian mother-in-law.
an ultracrepidarian person.
Origin: 1800–20; ultra- Related forms
+ Latin crepidam
‘sole of a shoe, sandal’ (< Greek krepis
‘shoe’); in allusion to the words of Pliny the Elder ne supra crepidam sutor judicare
‘let the cobbler not judge above the sandal’; cf. the English proverb “let the cobbler stick to his last”
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