Definition of Mooched

1. Verb. (past of mooch) ¹



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Definition of Mooched

1. mooch [v] - See also: mooch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mooched

monzonite
monzonites
moo
moo-cow
moo-cows
moo-moo
moo cow
moo cows
moo goo gai pan
moob
moobs
mooch
moocha
moochas
mooched (current term)
moocher
moochers
mooches
mooching
mood
mood-congruent hallucination
mood-incongruent hallucination
mood disorders
mood message
mood ring
mood rings
mood swing
mooder
mooders

Literary usage of Mooched

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1. The Powers that Prey by Josiah Flynt, Alfred Hodder (1900)
"I done as you tole me an' mooched from the Ref—mooched the second week. But they got me again. A farmer 'tI went to for breakfast the mornin' after, ..."

2. Songs of the Cattle Trail and Cow Camp by John Avery Lomax (1919)
"They had mooched the stem and threw their feet, And speared four-bits on which to eat; But deprived themselves of daily bread And sluffed their coin for ..."

3. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...by Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1796)
"The whole is built with round irregular pebbles, mixed with cement and gravel. Some parts are covered and ("mooched over with a thick coat of ..."

4. The History of India: The Hindu and Mahometan Periods by Mountstuart Elphinstone (1874)
"... the Tartar invaders of more modern times have passed onward into Europe through Persia and Armenia, and generally left Palestine and Arabia "mooched. ..."

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