Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of chum.
  • verb Third person singular simple present of to chum.

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Examples

  • The infamous photo of Dave posing alongside his posho chums from the Bullingdon Club in an expensive royal blue tailcoat is one of the few clues we have.

    Birthday Boy

  • The infamous photo of Dave posing alongside his posho chums from the Bullingdon Club in an expensive royal blue tailcoat is one of the few clues we have.

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  • The language used by people like Simm and her ACPO chums is deeply sinister and indeed Orwellian.

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  • Si Peters and Wash Crosby were evidently alarmed at the turn affairs had taken, and they called their chums around them for consultation.

    The Young Oarsmen of Lakeview

  • "We met quite by chance, but we quickly became friends -- what in my country we call chums -- and we have been inseparable ever since."

    The Net

  • And he's fond of parading his celebrity 'chums' - Chris Evans, anyone?

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  • And he's fond of parading his celebrity 'chums' - Chris Evans, anyone?

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  • He would have us all be boot cleaners and butt lickers so that his chums could be the only ones with hope.

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  • The kings were the biggest, handsomest fish and definitely the main event, but I also liked the chums a.k.a. dog salmon for their unlikely hideousness.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • The kings were the biggest, handsomest fish and definitely the main event, but I also liked the chums a.k.a. dog salmon for their unlikely hideousness.

    Fool’s Paradise

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