Examples of mooch in a Sentence
he's always mooching off of his friends, even though he can easily pay his own way
I suspect she's mooching around in the background and keeping an eye on us.
Recent Examples of mooch from the Web
When a large school is found, anglers will switch from trolling to mooching gear to produce quick limits.
Macks were hitting mooched live bait along the west side at 180 to 220 feet.
So many ingredients, too, are mooched from Shakespeare and Rostand, the only original elements sound like the songs.
Sea Wolf wanted it all one day so started with bass and halibut in the Bay then ran outside to mooch up some halibut and then fish for rockfish and lingcod.
Jackson isn't just a flighty teenager mooching off the Jackson name, though, and her struggles are very much real.
Let the Dateline, frozen yogurt, and mooching continue.
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Origin and Etymology of mooch
First Known Use: 1851See Words from the same year
MOOCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mooch for English Language Learners
: to ask for and get things from other people without paying for them or doing anything for them
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