[ US /ˈtʃəm/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈʌm/ ]
  1. bait consisting of chopped fish and fish oils that are dumped overboard to attract fish
  2. a large Pacific salmon with small spots on its back; an important food fish
  3. a close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities
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How To Use chum In A Sentence

  • I am inclined to think, old boy, that there is a good deal of what they call the chump about me. Old Ebenezer
  • Plasma levels of GH increase following seawater exposure of coho, chum and Atlantic salmon and rainbow trout.
  • And in a way I want to make my language as mimetic as possible, as sensual as possible, so that you can feel the treetops, taste the lamb chump chops, and hear the wind and the sound of the surf beating on the beach.
  • The film also stars Jared Leto as Alexander's special boyhood chum, Rosario Dawson as his sex-starved wife, Angelina Jolie as his nagging mother and Val Kilmer as his abusive father.
  • Schumacher takes on rally drivers in Race of Champions on BBC
  • Thousands of animists joined the Church in 2000 and 1000 adult catechumens are scheduled to be received this Easter.
  • Just last week, at a big bash here in London, I was chummed to the meal by Carole.
  • However, the name is sometimes used and has recently been applied to the reddish eggs of the chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta, of the N. Pacific and Arctic.
  • Pluralists have even tried to adapt Schumpeter's account, but have neglected his strong elitist account of input politics.
  • The Sun Valley Center simply calls the house The Center, Hailey, and makes little of the Pound connection; the arts organization's main building is in nearby Ketchum Pound House
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