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Synonyms for mooch

to ask or ask for as charity

Synonyms for mooch

someone who mooches or cadges (tries to get something free)

ask for and get free

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In the meantime, we have this unsubtle back-and-forth between the Mooch and the cookie-loving Donald Jr on Twitter after the Trump-Bannon bust-up.
Stay tuned" to witness this clash, in the words of "The Mooch.
Claire French, owner of Mooch, will be marking a major milestone for the store on Saturday She said: "I am so pleased be celebrating my first year of trading.
Dubai Meet Mooch, a slightly frazzled family man, with square-rimmed glasses, a receding hairline and a moustache so thick and dense you could lose a camel in it.
The lucky Midland card shark, known as Mooch to his fellow players, will be looking to emulate last year's main event winner Joe Cada.
Aimed at "savvy" 16 to 25-year-olds, Mooch comes in a 250ml ringpull can (rsp: 99p) and is a blend of milk, cocoa beans and natural flavourings.
Technical support comes courtesy of surveillance fly Mooch and computer-expert mole Speckles (Nicolas Cage).
Tambien forman parte del equipo la mosca Mooch, y Speckles, un topo de nariz estrellada especialista en informacion y computacion.
The first of the strips features Mooch the cat and Earl the dog discussing the next first pet.
Instead he picks some of the one that interest him most, like boy, jeep, mooch, fag, and witch.
While the children are away at school, Mooch goes for a ride with mother.
Patrick McDonnell's legendary comic strip showcasing the adventures and observations of Earl the dog and Mooch the cat entertained readers throughout its 300+ strip history.
First and foremost, Mooch was a good man,'' said Chivas USA coach Bob Bradley, who worked with Arena and Myernick with the '96 Olympians.
Realizing that I could address a variety of academic needs and induce higher levels of performance through the use of creative instructional programs (NCTM 2000), I brought Mooch into my classroom.
Once consumers succumb to a fraudulent offer, their names are put on a mooch list so that telemarketers can "reload," or target them again.