- v. Simple past tense and past participle of shmooze.
“While there they "shmoozed" him and the other clergy present about how their involvement in emergency preparedness planning is important and a great way to engage in outreach and help the wider community.”
“Feeling somewhat relieved that the serious part was over, I shmoozed with a writer from the Huffington Post, a self-described anti-Zionist former Communist from Israel, a recent candidate for Congress (Marcy Winograd), a well-known local poet and the woman from the Free Gaza movement.”
“Later in the afternoon, I attended a party where I listened to great music, danced a bit, ate, shmoozed, and celebrated with congenial people.”
“When they shmoozed lobbyists all night nobody ever called the cops.”
“Rernaissance is hardly a high-powered legal society, but it is a liberal group (I was one of seven or eight identifiable conservatives there this year, out of a total attendance of about 1,800) And there are lots of liberal lawyers around to shmooze with Breyer the way the conservative lawyers shmoozed with Scalia in Colorado.”
“So, we relaxed at a table for a bit; I drank my java and web surfed and Boone shmoozed up the passers-by.”
“VERB: Inflected forms: schmoozed or schmoosed also shmoozed, schmooz·ing or schmoos·ing, shmooz·ing, schmooz·es or schmoos·es, shmooz·es”
“In the lobby of the building, Lincoln shmoozed the insectile receptionist with his spiel about the documentary he was doing for the Einstein channel, then spoke to a bearded individual on a large phone screen.”
“I shmoozed and chatted and made people laugh, and then I went home and didn't puke.”
“I don't ever want a boy thinking he "won me over" or shmoozed me into anything.”
Looking for tweets for shmoozed.