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freeload

in. to live off someone else; to eat and drink at someone else’s expense; to live off someone else. Don’t come around here and expect to freeload.
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This would have the added benefit of having real people in Parliament, not just party lobby fodder besides cutting down on their expensive pensions and pay-offs to folk who have done nothing but be part of the freeloading politics 'industry'.
However, his friend's charm begins to lose its appeal when his late-night antics and freeloading ways start to push the couple to the end of their tether.
Actor Ashton Kutcher also stars in the flick about a freeloading opportunist who seduces rich women only to benefit from their wealthy lifestyles.
Freeloading employers aside, we should, of course, welcome the commitment that the better employers make towards training, either in terms of sponsorship or providing placements.
Top them with a note saying his freeloading is fi nished, along with your tolerance, and he'll have to smooth-talk his way into board and lodging elsewhere.
THE freeloading bandwagon moves across to the Duke Street area of Liverpool tonight, when Jalons Bridewell holds is official launch.
But one police source claimed Docherty had put "noses out of joint" for clamping down on freeloading at the association.
Cardiff author Tony Millin attempted to travel Wales for free - by freeloading all food, drink, accommodation and entertainment.
The freeloading lifestyle may pay off in the long term for the colony.
I said it was about time someone wrote a travelogue about Wales,' said Tony, author of Freeloading Wales.
They've got better things to do with their money than invite a bunch of their freeloading friends to a $50-a-plate wedding reception.
Cherie Blair has been taken to the cleaners over her freeloading at an Australian boutique after she was invited to choose a few things.
In monetary terms, the most expensive state failure in recent years was, of course, the multibillion dollar S&L crisis, sparked when the Reagan administration allowed states to deregulate while making the federal government financially responsible for any mishaps - an invitation to freeloading.
And now with that Clinton in office, it will only get worse" Despite one or two objections, a policy was soon enacted to stamp out this selfish freeloading.