How to Pronounce mooch?

Correct pronunciation for the word "mooch" is [mˈuːt͡ʃ], [mˈuːt‍ʃ], [m_ˈuː_tʃ].

What are the misspellings for mooch?

"Mooch" in context

Mooching is a term that describes someone who takes advantage of a situation in order to get something for nothing. It often involves taking something without asking, borrowing something without offering to return it, or otherwise taking advantage of people in order to get something for free. People who mooch are often thought of as lazy and selfish, but in some cases it can be an effective way of getting something for nothing.

Mooching can involve small acts, like a friend asking to borrow a book without offering to return it, or something more serious. A mooch might come to dinner expecting to be fed without offering to help or contribute something.

What are similar-sounding words for mooch?

Usage over time for mooch:

This graph shows how "mooch" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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