schmoozer(redirected from schmoozers)
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Someone who excels at or makes a point of chatting or gossiping casually with others, especially for personal gain or self-promotion. Originally from Yiddish. I've never liked that guy. He's always struck me as a schmoozer who's more interested in getting ahead than striking up a genuine friendship. A: "You certainly were gregarious at the party last night!" B: "What can I say? I've always been a talented schmoozer!"
n. someone who chats or converses well. Two old schmoozers sat muttering to one another all afternoon by the duck pond.