verb (used without object), schmoozed, schmooz·ing.
Origin of schmooze
Examples from the Web for schmooze
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.
Cory would come over several times a week to schmooze and cook ‘kosher soul food’ to which he and I invited many students.Peter Beinart’s Bias Against Me, Cory Booker, and Israel|Rabbi Shmuley Boteach|June 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But a part of me feels like you should stay in Los Angeles to schmooze with A-grade celebrities and pee alongside Jack Nicholson.David Beckham to Paris: Why Soccer Star Should Stay in Los Angeles|Eric Pape|December 24, 2011|DAILY BEAST
For dinner and a movie, head to CineBistro for a little booze with your schmooze.
British Dictionary definitions for schmooze
Word Origin for schmooze
Word Origin and History for schmooze
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.