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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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It was horrific - one minute he was mooching about inside the house and the next this fox had him in its mouth.
3Easy-to-wear joggers are comfy for mooching around the house or nipping down the shops.
Therefore, developing nations have had to rely on the looting and mooching of foreign taxpayers by the governments of developed nations and the international capital markets for their financing needs.
Set in the inner city, Another Stereotype Bites the Dust follows the educated yet underachieving AfricanAmerican writer Lemont Brown and his friends, an assertive Mexican-American woman and a mooching, rapper who still lives with his mother.
Set in the inner city, Another Stereotype Bites the Dust follows the educated yet underachieving African-American writer Lemont Brown and his friends, an assertive Mexican-American woman and a mooching, rapper who still lives with his mother.
Then there's Nancy's mooching brother-in-law, Andy Botwin (Justin Kirk), who keeps failing at get-rich-quick schemes until he deals himself into his sister-in-law's pot business.
I was in a radio studio recently just mooching about when I spotted a notice regarding procedure in the event of a Royal death.
For all my moaning I do quite like mooching around the shops, yes, even at Christmas time, but maybe only in short bursts.
Then I looked over to the corner where I was mooching around one night in my 18th November when I lifted up an old army blanket to reveal my parents' Christmas gift for me--an antique Remington Noiseless typewriter, circa 1920, with 52 black enamel keys encircled in gleaming chrome.
She includes tips on how to save money to invest and reminds you that your emergency fund is for you, not your mooching relatives.
Now comes word that even in retirement this cadaverous little officer is still mooching off his comrades.
Mooching outside around its periphery (there are service doors to the back) the bright colours and low scale, the dry gardens and thin windows are reminiscent of holiday chalets with a suspicion of fun palace.
Afraid you've crossed the line into mooching territory?
He was dependent on the charity of his mother then mooching around back alleys in the hope that he can find himself something that he can sell.
London, Mar 21 ( ANI ): Tiger Woods' former coach has claimed that the former world No 1 had accused British golfer Ian Poulter of mooching a ride on his private plane.