noun see mooch

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • moocher — (n.) beggar, scrounger, 1857, agent noun from MOOCH (Cf. mooch) (v.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Moocher — Wikipedia does not have an encyclopedia article for Moocher (search results). You may want to read Wiktionary s entry on moocher instead.wiktionary:Special:Search/moocher …   Wikipedia

  • moocher — 1. n. a beggar. □ What do you usually give a moocher? □ I try to give every moocher a little change. 2. n. a drug addict. (Drugs.) □ The guy’s a moocher and can’t be trusted. □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • moocher — See mooch. * * * …   Universalium

  • moocher — noun A person having a tendency to repeatedly ask help of others, especially if they are making little effort to help themselves. Usually used as a pejorative …   Wiktionary

  • moocher — Synonyms and related words: beggar, bum, bummer, cadger, caller, company, coupon clippers, drone, freeloader, frequenter, gate crasher, guest, habitue, hobo, idle rich, leisure class, loafer, lounge lizard, lumpen proletariat, mendicant,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • moocher — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Slang. One who begs habitually or for a living: almsman, almswoman, beggar, cadger, mendicant. Informal: panhandler. Slang: bummer. See REQUEST …   English dictionary for students

  • moocher — muːtʃə(r) n. a poacher or thief; one who begs or asks for without paying; person who loiters (Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • moocher — mooch·er …   English syllables

  • moocher — See: mooch …   English dictionary

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