mooch mooch


  1. (n) someone who mooches or cadges (tries to get something free)
  2. (v) ask for and get free; be a parasite



  1. In an attempt to achieve some kind of karmic balance, I have left my network open to any neighbors who want to mooch off it.
  2. The main other thing is they want confirmation that you're self-supporting, that you're not joining the Masons to mooch off the lodge.
  3. And once they graduate, you would think every one of these young adults moves back home to mooch for a few years, unwilling to grow up and get a job.


  • Anthony ‘the Mooch’ Scaramucci Opening Awesome New Restaurant for Hedge-Fund Players

    The staff better be attractive. Kobe taco and bespoke cigar-loving entrepreneur Anthony Scaramucci is in the process of raising funds to open a new restaurant for "hedge-fund and private-equity professionals," Bloomberg reports . "The Mooch," along with Southern Hospitality and Destino restaurateur Eytan Sugarman and Morgan Stanley vet Stanley David Barrett, says it'll take $4 million to open ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: New York Magazine


  1. "It is a real pleasure for Earl and Mooch to be part of the MAZDASPEED Team. I'm grateful that Jeff and Randy are teaming up with The HSUS and MUTTS to promote shelter animal adoptions," noted cartoonist Patrick McDonnell.
    on Oct 18, 2007 By: Patrick McDonnell Source: Earthtimes

  2. "In the beginning I was out there for five, 10 minutes and thinking, 'I gotta be out here another hour and a half?'" Asner said. "I don't have that feeling now, but I mooch along and if I feel the audience is with me, I'll go with it."
    on Jul 5, 2010 By: Edward Asner Source: Times Herald-Record

  3. "Naming this field after Mooch is a fitting tribute to a man who dedicated his life to the development of the sport in our country," said Sunil Gulati, the president of US Soccer.
    on Jun 5, 2007 By: Sunil Gulati Source: Los Angeles Times

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