Definition of Mouch
1. to mooch [v -ED, -ING, -ES] - See also: mooch
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouch
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Literary usage of Mouch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Dictionary for Primary Schools by Noah Webster (1838)
"Sear'-a-mouch, я. a buffoon. Scarce, я. uncommon, rare. Scarce, Scarce-ly, ad hardly. Se arce-ness, Searc-i-ty, n. defect. Se ¡ire, ». t. to frighten, ..."
2. Hazzard's History of Henry County, Indiana, 1822-1906 by George Hazzard (1906)
"With so much to make them happy, Mr. and Mrs. mouch are still in the bloom and vigor of youth and their friends are, apparently, warranted in hoping for ..."
3. Live Articles on Special Hazards: A Series of Articles Reprinted from the (1921)
"... Handling of Grain and Disposition of Waste By WW mouch, Insurance Engineer Involving, as they do, many various fire hazards of high degree, grain, ..."
4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1893)
"In a mouch,' in a bad temper. 'On the mouch,'gone off ... Some meaning of mouch has probably here been misunderstood. ..."
5. Indiana and Indianans: A History of Aboriginal and Territorial Indiana and by Jacob Piatt Dunn, George William Harrison Kemper (1919)
"CHARLES W. mouch. It would add nothing to the appreciation in which ... Mr. mouch is a member of the Indiana State and the American Bankers Associations. ..."