[ UK /mˈuːt‍ʃ/ ]
  1. ask for and get free; be a parasite
  1. someone who mooches or cadges (tries to get something free)
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How To Use mooch In A Sentence

  • The two merchants didn't look entirely pleased to have the players mooching off of their business, but it was obvious to the eyes of an outsider that the music was actually attracting customers.
  • While we were there we had a mooch around the centre and had fish and chips.
  • And to get pulses racing from the off, there is a very steamy smooch between the pair in episode one. The Sun
  • I gulped as they smooched - for quite a long time, too - and wished more than anything that it was me he was kissing.
  • There ain't no grass, said Moochie Metz, 83 years old, as Black Angus cattle foraged in short scrub less than 10 miles from the swollen river. Two Plagues Hit Louisiana
  • Undaunted, Matthew mooches thousands of dollars from his parents and self publishes.
  • For starters, the meathead was very much both a mooch and much worse—an ingrate.
  • Lovers kissed, sharing their first smooch of the year.
  • I don't know what you think you're doing anyway, mooching round here.
  • I mooch bandwith from the neighbors and for some reason the network via which I normally connect has been down the past few days. Breakfast in Bed
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