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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chum.

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Examples

  • She got the candle, and burned it until one of the other girls looked in (you know she's not 'chummed' with anybody yet) and showed her where the push-button was in the wall.

    Ruth Fielding in Moving Pictures Or, Helping the Dormitory Fund

  • Simpson belonged, on whom Mr. Pickwick was 'chummed' in the

    Charles Dickens and Music

  • Big Jack 'chummed' up the albacore the rest of our boats would have known it before Mascola got there.

    El Diablo

  • The men would alternate on an anchor watch and keep the fish "chummed" up during the night.

    El Diablo

  • To this profession also Simpson belonged, on whom Mr. Pickwick was 'chummed' in the Fleet prison.

    Charles Dickens and Music

  • Let it be known that I'm startin 'to think that Butch positioned his old friend Brad Little as Lt. Gov, with a keen eye on a possible self-exit strategy for 2010 … and the waters around him are being' chummed '. "

    Ridenbaugh Press/Northwest

  • It was no wonder that we caught so many fish seeing as how most had eaten some bad seafood the night before and the water was thoroughly chummed.

    Party Boats (Freak Shows on the Sea)

  • It was no wonder that we caught so many fish seeing as how most had eaten some bad seafood the night before and the water was thoroughly chummed.

    Party Boats (Freak Shows on the Sea)

  • Left El Tahag transit camp for Alexandria and visited many old hunting grounds with Stan Prout who I had now chummed up with and who was to go through

    Thomas Hawksworth

  • Fishing 5 miles off San Diego, the duo chummed in a shark and cast a foot-long streamer fly at it ... the shark ate it, and bolted away on a scorching 275-yard run.

    Top This: Great White Shark Caught on a Fly

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