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Synonyms for cadger

one who begs habitually or for a living

Synonyms for cadger

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

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Cadger says OPI's turnover has grown so much due to taking larger contracts from larger companies throughout the world.
Andy Campbell drilled a shot off the bar and the ball broke to Cadger who made no mistake to fire his side into the third round.
Mr Wilson, who was treated at Dryburn Hospital, Durham, spent six hours in surgery having his legs rebuilt after the crash at Cadger Bank, County
The home side dominated the first half but Vale deservedly equalised after the break before Graham Cadger blasted in a welcome winner with time running out.
Norah Dixon, of Crawcrook, says her favourite words are netty, meaning toilet, and cadger, meaning someone who wants something for nothing.
It is an incredible club and I would love to see us win it for everyone involved, from the tea lady to groundsman Adam Grant, who is 84, to our chairman Atholl Cadger.
He also suffered a shattered knee cap, a broken collar bone and fractured ribs in the accident at Cadger Bank, Lanchester, County Durham, in January 2003.
Cherie's Sleb Supermarket Sweep, in which our First Madwoman takes on challengers for her title as Britain's champion cadger.
Firefighters from Consett and High Handenhold were called to Cadger Bank near Lanchester in County Durham, at 6.
HOLDERS Cove are just 90 minutes away from retaining the League Cup after goals by Michael Ord and Graham Cadger sealed their place in the final.
With DEVERONVALE out of action, nearest challengers BUCKIE THISTLE were unable to make up any ground on the leaders as they went down to a Graham Cadger strike at KEITH.
Cove Rangers beat Lossie 2-0 thanks to Graeme Cadger and Scott Fraser.
I know, you say, here is a old cadger on about the good old days, but the present decline in the west end of Newcastle is not about a local issue.
GUTTED Keith striker Graham Cadger reckons the Highlanders can still walk away with their heads held high after giving Second Division Cowdenbeath a run for their money on Saturday.