1. (Yiddish) a jerk
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How To Use schmo In A Sentence

  • I think it's a dangerous thing to have that schmoozy Washington relationship between reporters and principals, because that's when news doesn't get reported.
  • Between one and two, the Grill is chock-full of agents power lunching on mineral water (the schmooze is boozeless in modern LA).
  • These include a beautiful main bar lounge, an exclusive VIP area and another room with banquettes and booths that are perfect for sitting at with your bottle service and schmoozing your date or chatting with your mates.
  • Inside the hotel large crowds of politicians, their friends and general schmoozers can be seen throughout the whole room.
  • He is a guy whose appeal is that he's an everyman, a standard-issue schmo, and his voice is flat and unexpressive.
  • He moved through the crowd schmoozing and smiling, surrounded by an arc of secret service agents, his suit jacket tossed saucily over his shoulder.
  • Or, maybe he's thinking that if he schmoozes the big contractors with lobbying for the ITAR stuff, contractors who have lots-o-bucks for campaign contributions, then he'll be lined up for a cabinet appointment or something if Palin beats Obama next election? Let's Talk ITAR - NASA Watch
  • I could have sworn that she was wearing an art schmock. YesButNoButYes: (American) Idol Thoughts - 5/9/07
  • We saw it was her, took the laptop over, schmoozed her, explained the project we were doing, and she said yes, she'd do it.
  • By the way, unlike the French, con's American equivalent would be the masculine organ, prick, and schmock is, I think, probably derived from German schmuck (jewel); that is to say, "the family jewel. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 1
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