moocher moocher


  • (n) someone who mooches or cadges (tries to get something free)



  1. We've had a name for that for years: moocher.
  2. OK, I'm a moocher! If you're in Hawaii hit the other side of the island from Oahu, really beautiful and natural compared to Oahu.


  • White Female Saxophone Player Attacked by Black Women for Playing Jazz Song (Video)

    Cassandra Struve was playing a jazz song on her saxophone outside the Summerfest fair grounds in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on June 26 when three African-American women told her that a white girl shouldn't play that sort of music. "I was playing Minnie the Moocher, classic Blues Brothers song," Struve told Fox 6 . "A lady with a child in her hand came up to me, smacked me in my face and said, 'Don’t ...
    on July 5, 2013     Source: Opposing Views


  1. Proud Laurie says, "We've done one song for the soundtrack of House that comes out very shortly and there was one other song that is now an extra you can get on iTunes. It's Minnie The Moocher. There's about 50 versions of Minnie The Moocher on...
    on Sep 23, 2007 By: Hugh Laurie Source:

  2. "Jan. 20 has turned into a schlock inauguration, (where) every last moocher has come to cash in on Obama," Malkin said.
    on Jan 18, 2009 By: Michelle Malkin Source:

  3. While Stone called the Truman years "the era of the moocher," he hated only the top G-man for whom he had a fear that "ran through him like an electric current. Because Izzy knew what Hoover could do."
    on Jul 5, 2009 By: IF Stone Source: Los Angeles Times

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