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  • v. Present participle of freeload.

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Examples

  • "Who would have ever suspected that Ray Kelly leads two lives?" began Bob McManus in a New York Post Op Ed piece Wednesday, wondering how Kelly's image as a "straight arrow" could be squared with allegations that he had been freeloading from the Police Foundation.

    Len Levitt: New York City's Police "Commissioner" Foundation

  • Who would have ever suspected that Ray Kelly leads two lives? "began Bob McManus in a New York Post Op Ed piece Wednesday, wondering how Kelly's image as a" straight arrow "could be squared with allegations that he had been freeloading from the Police Foundation.

    Len Levitt: New York City's Police "Commissioner" Foundation

  • Gershengorn said to keep health care from imploding the economy, they must regulate what could be classified as freeloading activity.

    FOXNews.com

  • It's is called freeloading and I want no part of it.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • Part of the problem with the leftist feel-good view Graham takes is that it would be harder to defend if it was generally accepted that the recipients of welfare were, at least to an extent, "freeloading" vs. hard-working people down on their luck who are in need of just a little help.

    Human Nature

  • She explained to me that some councillors thought the other 70% were 'freeloading' on the 30% who pay there union subs - while others thought that there should be some form of recognition for the 70%.

    Edna Mopbucket is back from her hols

  • I'd like to talk more about this conception you have of people "freeloading" off the government.

    Wacko Bush

  • Many of the same people get even more angry at those on welfare because they are "freeloading" and taking their tax dollars.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • We "freeloading" vets would love to meet you somewhere to discuss your term ...

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Mr Hutton yesterday called on fellow European Nato members to send more troops to Afghanistan and accused some countries of "freeloading" on the back of the US.

    Daily Express News Feeds

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