verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Origin of mooch
Example sentences from the Web for mooch
Race is also embedded in the whole set of presumptions about the 47 percent and the “moocher class.”
And the comparisons will show what they've shown since the beginning of the republic, that the real moocher class is down South.
In other words, conservatives, millions more Latinos are poised to become card-carrying members of the good old moocher class!
Across the lawn, a man walked by with the words “retired moocher” printed on the front of his shirt.Behind the Scenes at Debate, a Surreal Trip Inside the Spin Zone|David Freedlander|October 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Might an ineffectual-seeming Obama be enough to make moocher-loathing Mitt seem palatable to independents?
The ol moocher sure has got em trained, Iron Hair, said Raftery.The Snow-Burner|Henry Oyen
The inmates were principally in pairs; each moocher had his Judy (wife), and each little kid had his little Moll (sister).
I know what they wants—they think I'm a purty good moocher, 'n' they'll make sinkers out o' me.
I discovered that what we would call a Tramp over here was a Moocher over there.Continuous Vaudeville|Will M. Cressy
The English moocher has to resort to his "gag," and his "lurks" are almost innumerable.