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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of mooch.


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  • First, let me point out that the Detroit Free Press and other mainstream corporate media outlets did not bother to investigate this potential problem; they "mooched" off this particular online news outlet (which you refer to as a blog) and merely counter-reported the same story, leading with the rebuttal by the Republican Party.


  • Alessandro dropped out of school, mooched off friends, slept on floors.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • From the accrued points, I've mooched one title this past month -- Robert Dunbar's The Pines -- and that's not even a book I had on my wish list.

    Do You Book Mooch?

  • I haven't mooched but I'll check this out to see if titles I like are available.

    Do You Book Mooch?

  • Every time a novel on my wish list became available, I only ever got online in time to discover someone else had mooched it.

    Chasing Tale (Again) in February

  • I loved MJ and his music, but really, this is just so wrong. you know so many people throughout MJs carrier mooched off his success and here it is continuing after he has passed ... have some respect for him and let him go and stop this grandstanding and riding his coattails ... it's tremendously embarrassing.

    House holds moment of silence for Michael Jackson

  • Others are drowning in the guilt of having mooched off of parents for the past several decades.

    The Wall : Law is Cool

  • I mooched my perfect copy well over a year ago, then held off because I was leery of the language.

    9. Titus Groan by Mervyn Peake

  • I mooched it, and am very grateful to the user who was willing to send it to me.

    TBR Additions

  • I mooched it from a British user who had to send it surface mail due to high postage costs.

    TBR Additions


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