[ US /ˈʃmuz/ ]
[ UK /ʃmˈuːz/ ]
[ UK /ʃmˈuːz/ ]
- talk idly or casually and in a friendly way
- an informal conversation
How To Use schmooze In A Sentence
- Spaciously arranged so you can schmooze without getting your tush pinched, all the tables are good tables, although many prefer a station by the window where they can soak in the eye-candy out on the street.
- Yet I imagine he'll brazen it out like all those other high-flyers schmoozed by employee benefit consultants into thinking like supermodels.
- But he's not a schmoozer or a manipulator, he's just sincere and charming. Times, Sunday Times
- While pundits call Davos a fancy Swiss resort town that hosts a schmooze-athon for the world's biggest egos, they also comment if they've been here that it provides an unparalleled networking opportunity that can, at its best, lead to real progress in a political or business sense. Hired in Davos
- According to the Daily Mail, the glamour girl was spotted trying to "schmooze" advertising executives when she attended Sir Elton John's annual post-Oscars party on Sunday night. All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News
- So, leaving Ben to schmooze over a free lunch we got a ride downtown and enjoyed some welcome healthy food in the sun.
- I don't like schmoozers, I don't like liars and I don't like cheats.
- Also, von Braun's ability to popularize space travel/"schmooze" his way through Army/NASA/DC bureaucracy was in another class. Bill Nelson Continues To Block NASA Administrator Nominees - NASA Watch
- Schmoozers are mostly 20 to 30-somethings trendies in lip-smacking labels and designer gear, posey and pretentious but beautiful all the same.
- As for the skill set required to "schmooze" a room of execs, it's not really that different from trying to convince a jury of twelve that your client's "story" is the one they should vote for. Tell your name, the livelong June, to an admiring Blog