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to ask or ask for as charity

Synonyms for cadge

ask for and get free

obtain or seek to obtain by cadging or wheedling

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In The Eunuch Terence sketches the art of the cadger, who has to be adaptable for his very survival Gradually the term parasite' underwent a pejoration; the scrounger got a worse and worse press.
They were seen between the Cadgers Brae and Earlsgate junctions on Saturday.
Last month, 13-year-old Michael Easton, from Polmont, was found dead near the Cadgers Brae interchange.
DalgleishhasBlownIt Blown It's strike in the 5f handicap for owner David Savala and jockey Joe Fanning completed a double for trainer Keith Dalgleish, who had celebrated a one-two in the 1m2f handicap with Luctor Emergo and Cadgers Brig.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 2.15 Koolgreycat, 2.45 Wicked Wilma, 3.15 Green Lightning, 3.45 Nicola's Dream, 4.15 Greyfriarschorista, 4.45 Cadgers Brig (nb), 5.15 Sensational Love WORCESTER: GAZETTE BET: 5.40 New Rackheath.
Cadgers living off benefit at taxpayers' expense when they should be working.
Thinking about buying prezzies doesn't begin until I've done the London gig, the annual reunion with the cluster of cadgers, shirkers, dawdlers and malingerers that constitutes my old circle of acquaintances from the halcyon days of full heads of hair, competent memories and disposable income.
FREDDIE TYLICKI makes his long-awaited return from injury when he partners Cadgers Brig for trainer Richard Fahey in the 1m maiden at Southwell today, writes Richard Birch.
The students, from Kirkley Hall, Ponteland, unwittingly killed the fish when they washed down a muck spreader and polluted water got into Cadgers Burn.
Ogilvie Homes have opened up two houses at their Cadgers Brae development in Plean and their Carden Grove site in Cardenden.
It's coming out of our pockets and into the mouths of cadgers. We pay twice - through tax and through charity.