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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of freeload.

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  • When you begin to focus on that larger picture, how much is made directly from sales, and what percentage pays vs. what percentage "freeloads" is meaningless.

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  • They are also aided by Reiri Kamura who is also a vampire that freeloads at Hime's place.

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  • Also tomorrow, Owen Wilson starring in "You, Me and Dupree" opening up this weekend, about a not-so-welcome house guest that freeloads off his friend.

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  • Me being portrayed as somebody that uses somebody and freeloads and things of that nature - I don't do that.

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  • There's nothing remotely noble about Scott: he plays bass adequately for the struggling Toronto-area garage band Sex Bob-omb, freeloads off his gay friend Wallace Wells (Kieran Culkin), and proudly avoids a steady job.

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  • My brother-in-law, who freeloads off of her, spends all of it, buying stuff he doesn't need on the internet.

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  • Since every point you make is predicated on a 40\% tax, not to mention the incredibly asinine assertion that everybody who works in restaurants works for tax cheats, freeloads on the public health care system and spends their money on alcohol, cigarettes and gasoline (on a side note, I'll bet you're one awesome tipper!), I doubt anybody takes anything you wrote seriously.

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  • After his girlfriend dumps him, he freeloads on Aunt Sharon's (Leo) again.

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  • Hearing the entire exchange as he freeloads in the store, Dennis swoops in and offers to look at Jackie’s collection without Jackie or Philip knowing the book contains three prized stamps, including the one-cent and two-cent Mauritius “Post Office” stamps, considered to be the first-ever stamps issued by the British empire in the eponymous island.

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  • I concur that the article freeloads shamelessly on a title and concept that it doesn’t directly address.

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