Origin of mooch
How to use mooch in a sentence
Race is also embedded in the whole set of presumptions about the 47 percent and the “moocher class.”Why You Can’t Tell the Truth About Race|Michael Tomasky|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And the comparisons will show what they've shown since the beginning of the republic, that the real moocher class is down South.Rick Scott and Obamacare|Michael Tomasky|February 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In other words, conservatives, millions more Latinos are poised to become card-carrying members of the good old moocher class!GOP Attracting Minorities?|Michael Tomasky|January 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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?Instant Polls: Romney Wins the Debate|Matthew DeLuca|October 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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.