• WordNet 3.6
    • v schmooze talk idly or casually and in a friendly way
    • n schmooze an informal conversation
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Conventional wisdom says you need to "schmooze" adjusters to get their losses.
Unfortunately, none of us will ever do the schmoozing required to get one.
Pointless Schmooze-Fests Cost Taxpayers $136 Million.
Their owners, meanwhile, are off schmoozing and refueling for the 20-mile trip back to Manhattan.
2013ers To Schmooze NYC Independence Party.
Schmooze and be schmoozed at Monica's Nueva Cocina.
Why doesn't Obama like to schmooze .
Food Schmooze Martini Competition Brings Out Creative Concoctions.
Arguably, last year's Oscar problems on "Social Network" stemmed from the schmoozing non-talent of some of its principals, like David Fincher, its director.
Schmoozing gets a bad rap, but it shouldn't.
But if you get it right, schmoozing can help you build valuable networks.
Annie B Copps on WNPR's Food Schmooze .
Arthur Warren Scullin schmoozed with everyone, even telemarketers.
Trust developed slowly at Fresh Kills, often "after we did a lot of schmoozing," Ms Weinstein said.
The Wolfman was spotted dancing with wife Lynn Greenfield and schmoozing at the National Portrait Gallery fete with Spike Lee and Common BET anchor T.J.