After I left Burbank, he called every so often to check in and schmooze.
Ramos is a conduit between his Latino audience and politicians eager to schmooze with it.
Even more than managing Bear, understanding its trading positions and businesses, Cayne loved to schmooze.
also shmooze, "to chat intimately," 1897, from Yiddish shmuesn "to chat," from shmues "idle talk, chat," from Hebrew shemu'oth "news, rumors." As a noun from 1939. Related: Schmoozed; schmoozing. Schmoozer is from 1909.
: Two buddies enjoying a quiet schmooz
[fr Yiddish fr Hebrew schmuos, ''things heard'']