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schmoozer

n. someone who chats or converses well. Two old schmoozers sat muttering to one another all afternoon by the duck pond.
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Back in August, at the high tide of hysteria over his PS110million trolley dash, the Italian silver fox was billed as an arch boardroom schmoozer.
He was an indefatigable schmoozer who knew everyone who was in the know, from Salvador Dali to Theodore Dreiser to Helena Rubenstein.
At 46, Modi is the great gambler who, like an veteran schmoozer at a Las Vegas casino, doesn't get a deal wrong.
The Democratic fund-raising whiz Terry McAuliffe, we learn, is such an antsy and incorrigible schmoozer that he skips his wife's labor in favor of a party for the gossip columnist at the Post.
School board members, administrators, and teachers understand the difference between reporting how time is spent and demonstrating the impact on academic outcomes (Louis, Jones, & Barajas, 2001; Myrick, 2003; Schmoozer, 2006; Stone, 2003; Thorn & Mulvenon, 2002).
This poet who resided most comfortably on his own duff, this splendid loafer and gregarious ferry or streetcar schmoozer, somehow managed to attract a most remarkably industrious group of disciples (Traubel was called "lethally industrious").
Backroom operator needs the noncompetition restrictions to assure that customer schmoozer does not divert the business' customers to another business after backroom operator purchases the business.
Savage admits he's not a big schmoozer and his company does next to no marketing.
According to Lett, an exceptional schmoozer walks away from a two-hour networking event with 12 new qualified contacts; trade show buyers should pat themselves on the back if they actually conversed with a dozen as well.
Her contacts were extensive and some described her as a talented schmoozer.
Certainly, the image of a PR consultant as a phone schmoozer, event organizer and crafter of the killer press release is a thing of the past.
I finally realized that I don't have the stamina, energy or willpower necessary to spend the majority of my life chit-chatting on the phone or being a party schmoozer, even though evolutionary biologists would argue that gossip is a survival tool.
But since I'm a schmoozer, it is difficult for me to keep my nose to the grindstone, so I tend to get to know the registration help.
On his election in 1992, the Arkansas schmoozer seemed to be a matchless meld of populist and policy wonk.