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  • n. Plural form of schmooze.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of schmooze.

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Examples

  • Or, maybe he's thinking that if he schmoozes the big contractors with lobbying for the ITAR stuff, contractors who have lots-o-bucks for campaign contributions, then he'll be lined up for a cabinet appointment or something if Palin beats Obama next election?

    Let's Talk ITAR - NASA Watch

  • Hadrian - Where Bill Clinton schmoozes, he leaves a snail trail.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Obama schmoozes around with Islamic terrorists (here described as "activists").

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • So, perhaps, Jeff can poke around while he schmoozes with industry insiders and find out why there is so little innovation in how interactive web sites are structured.

    Dear Bob, « BuzzMachine

  • And if a compromise vote is reached, late Friday or Saturday while Obama schmoozes a Mississippi audience with his silver-tongued hoilies?

    Is Bill Clinton deliberately undermining Obama?

  • Dick schmoozes, when Jane kvetches, when their children fressnoodles at a Chinese restaurant which provides for a priceless clash of languages and cultures.

    Something Funny: Yiddish with George and Laura

  • "It used to be the stories were 'everyone was in love with McCain -- he's on his bus, he schmoozes the reporters, they all give him a break,'" said Paul Friedman, senior vice president for news coverage at CBS.

    News Coverage

  • It's about a New York girl in her 20s who builds disposable friendships, hustles as a Conde Nast editor and schmoozes with Tina Brown.

    Snap Judgement

  • Dick schmoozes with business people over golf: Schmooze, Dick.

    Top Five Funny Titles I Picked in a Pinch: And Two Honorable Mentions I Didn't

  • Trolling for investment ideas, he schmoozes with skin doctors and plastic surgeons at meetings such as the Cosmetic Bootcamp -- a gathering of about 200 doctors and manufacturers of everything from laser skin-treatment devices to basic doctor-office furniture -- that was held in June in Aspen, Colo.

    Beauty Attracts Some

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