- v. present participle of shmooze.
“Talking to other people, shmoozing and playing a crowd are the best ways to end the looking for work phase of your life.”
“But rather than working the room, shmoozing with a key constituency, Cao was standing quietly at the edge of the crowd.”
“He was shmoozing the Hollywood crowd last month at a fund raiser telling them that the economy had turned the corner, and they all cheered.”
“I, like most girls, just like shmoozing at games and trying to figure out the best ratio of guacamole to chip (I always get too aggressive and put too much guacamole and then my chip breaks into the bowl and I have to look around before sticking my hand in and removing the glob).”
“Unfortunately, nowadays, I am noticing shmoozing to be more effective than actual job skills.”
“And check out the NY Times today for a story about Bill's controversial ties to a Canadian mining magnate who used Clinton's shmoozing to land a big deal in Kazakhstan ... which resulted in a $30 million "donation" to Bill's foundation and a promise of $100 million more.”
“After their weekend of shmoozing, Mr. Vargas wrote in a blog post on the site that the new vertical (to use Web parlance), titled HuffPostTech, will cover “technology as anthropology.””
“Air-kissing, self-promoting, stumbling in heels too tall for comfort but just right for a party photo, giggling, picture-posing, shmoozing, dancing, introducing.”
“I've been in AQMD and CARB meetings where the Commissioners blandly ignored the facts, shmoozing on a first-name basis with the representative from "WISPA", Western States Petroleum.”
“After a lackluster start to the week at VAWK fashion followers flocked to Holt Renfrew for boozing and shmoozing on the third floor's contemporary clothing space for the Media/VIP party.”
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