chum

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To make friends with; to socialize

The wisest thing I ever did. To have chummed up with him would have been fatal -- the common dodge..

A friend; a pal

I ran into an old chum from school the other day.

A mixture of (frequently rancid) fish parts and blood, dumped into the water to attract predator fish, such as sharks
To cast chum into the water to attract fish

Small live baitfish are effective, and they will take bits of fresh cut fish when chummed strongly.

To share rooms with; to live together

Henry Wotton and John Donne began to be friends when, as boys, they chummed together at Oxford, where Donne had gone at the age of twelve years.

To accompany

I'll chum you down to the shops.

A roommate

Field had a 'chum,' or room-mate, whose visage was suggestive to the 'Sophs;' it invited experiment; it held out opportunity for their peculiar deviltry.

{n} a chambermate, messmate
A roommate, especially in a college or university; an old and intimate friend
a close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities
{i} friend, buddy (Slang)
{f} be a close friend, associate intimately
Your chum is your friend. his old chum Anthony. = pal
To occupy a chamber with another; as, to chum together at college
Chopped pieces of fish used as bait
chum salmon
A salmon species, Oncorhynchus keta
chum salmon
A Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) with minute specks on its back that is fished for food and sport. or dog salmon Lightly speckled North Pacific fish (Oncorhynchus keta) of the salmon family. The chum salmon ranges from the Mackenzie and Lena rivers in the southern Arctic southward to Japan and the Rogue River. Its weight averages about 10-12 lbs (4.5-5.5 kg). During the autumn spawning season it swims more than 2,000 mi (3,200 km) up the Yukon River
chum up with
become friendly with
chum with
hang out with, be friends with
bum chum
A male’s homosexual partner

Gaylord!’ ¶ ‘Bum-chum!’ ¶ ‘Chutney Ferret!’.

chums
plural form of chum
new chum
A beginner, novice
new chum
A newly arrived immigrant
new chum
A newly arrived convict
chummed
Simple past and past participle of to chum
chummily
in a friendly manner, genially, familiarly, in an intimate manner
chummily
In a chummy manner
chumming
Present participle of to chum
chums
Third person singular simple present of to chum
chums
plural of chum
chum
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