verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of mooch
Examples from the Web for mooch
An' de track show she gon' back up de hill, an' I ver' mooch scare—cos she was dead!
An' I ver' mooch scare, cos I'm fraid de tamahnawus mad on me for kill de fox w'at yell lak de man.
There ees a proverb of my father's which say that 'it shall take a gold mine to work a silver mine,' so mooch more he cost.Stories in Light and Shadow|Bret Harte
"Eet ees not so ver' mooch," proceeded the factor, ignoring Al's question and quickly changing his tack regarding the ransom.With Sully into the Sioux Land|Joseph Mills Hanson
The second-hand man shook his head many times as he repeated slowly, "Altogedder too mooch."Sube Cane|Edward Bellamy Partridge