shmooze

[ UK /ˌɛsˈe‍ɪt‍ʃmˈuːz/ ]
[ US /ˈʃmuz/ ]
VERB
  1. talk idly or casually and in a friendly way
NOUN
  1. (Yiddish) a warm heart-to-heart talk
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How To Use shmooze In A Sentence

  • At the center of it all stands the bar, where pros and enthusiasts could, for a small fee, hang out, mingle, shmooze and drink to their heart's content from 11 AM-9 PM. Tony Sachs: Bleary-Eyed Reflections On The Manhattan Cocktail Classic
  • And so was Mr. Lennon it seemed, which is partially what makes the event so powerful, in this modern age of celebrity where stars hire Twitter ghost writers to shmooze with their fans. How a YouTube Video Got an Emmy
  • I agree with Dr. N about using suck-ups as human shields - if she penetrates that line of defense or if you get shoved forth by some misguided prof expecting you to "shmooze" just shove a bunch of cheese cubes in your mouth and chew...nodding sagely from time to time. Dilemma
  • There is a hospitality room where you can relax and shmooze and connect with friends. Spring, and the Conferences are in Bloom!
  • You probably know more Yiddish than you think, thanks to "Seinfeld," Heeb magazine and Jewish screenwriters, who made words such as shlep, klutz, nosh, shlimazel (remember the "Laverne and Shirley" hopscotch theme song?) and shmooze household lingo. Articles
  • Unfortunately, no matter what Obama says or does to romance/shmooze Clinton supporters, I WILL NOT VOTE FOR HIM. Clinton: No cause for alarm
  • Her friend Mike Hudack, a developer and administrator for the National Hockey League and "one of the smartest people" she had ever met, was courting her to join the team as chief operating officer, a position that would require her to shmooze with investors and make distribution and advertising deals with major media companies. The Blonde Ambition of Blip.tv
  • I would hate to think that the Senator is actively making time to shmooze with Hollywood celebrities while essentially ignoring (Or at best patronizing) the citizens whom he represents. She may have a crush on Obama
  • As these things tend to be, the well-organized conference was as much a chance to shmooze with other attendees about transit-oriented development and vendors like Bike Station (a convenient bike parking solution), as it was an opportunity to hear from ULI's technical assistance panels. Joel Epstein: Senator Boxer, 30/10 and Transit-Oriented Development in LA
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