Definition of Chummed

1. Verb. (past of chum) ¹



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Definition of Chummed

1. chum [v] - See also: chum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chummed

chum up
chuman
chumans
chumar
chumars
chumble
chumbled
chumbles
chumbling
chumbucket
chumbuckets
chumley
chumleys
chummage
chummages
chummed (current term)
chummeries
chummery
chummier
chummies
chummiest
chummily
chumminess
chumminesses
chumming
chummy
chump
chump-change
chump change
chump chop

Literary usage of Chummed

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1. Personal Recollections of Werner Von Siemens by Werner von Siemens (1893)
"We chummed together at the School. lived and studied together. had the same quarters then and thenceforward. whenever circumstances allowed of it. ..."

2. The Pamphleteer by Abraham John Valpy (1815)
"The system purports to be one of rotation ; and if the prisoner be poor, and wishes to be bought out, he is chummed upon one who can afford to pay him; ..."

3. Sketches in London by James Grant (1838)
"When there is more than one person to each room, which, as just observed, is almost always the case, the new-comers are, what is called " chummed" on the ..."

4. The Pamphleteer by Abraham John Valpy (1815)
"The system purports to be one of rotation ., and if the prisoner be poor, and wishes to be bought out, he is chummed upon one who can afford to pay him; ..."

5. In Jail with Charles Dickens by Alfred Trumble (1896)
"If one or more prisoners occupied a room and another was "chummed" on them, they could buy him off by paying him a few shillings a week, and so keep the ..."

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