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Daemon
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mooch off (of) (someone or something)

To ask for or obtain (something) through the charity of someone or something; to sponge off someone or something else. More...

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mooch off (of) (someone or something) — To ask for or obtain (something) through the charity of someone or something; to sponge off someone or something else.
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