After I left Burbank, he called every so often to check in and schmooze.
Even more than managing Bear, understanding its trading positions and businesses, Cayne loved to schmooze.
Ramos is a conduit between his Latino audience and politicians eager to schmooze with it.
For dinner and a movie, head to CineBistro for a little booze with your schmooze.
Cory would come over several times a week to schmooze and cook ‘kosher soul food’ to which he and I invited many students.
I was impressed at the time to hear Biden schmooze with Maliki as if he were the governor of Delaware.
A riveting talk, a meet and greet and schmooze with campus media.
But a part of me feels like you should stay in Los Angeles to schmooze with A-grade celebrities and pee alongside Jack Nicholson.
also shmooze, "to chat intimately," 1897, from Yiddish shmuesn "to chat," from shmues "idle talk, chat," from Hebrew shemu'oth "news, rumors." As a noun from 1939. Related: Schmoozed; schmoozing. Schmoozer is from 1909.
: Two buddies enjoying a quiet schmooz
[fr Yiddish fr Hebrew schmuos, ''things heard'']