Definition of Chumming

1. Verb. (present participle of chum) ¹



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Definition of Chumming

1. chum [v] - See also: chum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chumming

chumbucket
chumbuckets
chumley
chumleys
chummage
chummages
chummed
chummeries
chummery
chummier
chummies
chummiest
chummily
chumminess
chumminesses
chumming (current term)
chummy
chump
chump-change
chump change
chump chop
chump chops
chumped
chumpier
chumpiest
chumping
chumps
chumpy
chums
chumship

Literary usage of Chumming

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1. Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly by John Brand, Henry Ellis (1900)
"The man who gets hold of this tray, Always bound, always obey ; A woman that shall draw this sort, Will surely drink brandy by the quart."] chumming-UP. ..."

2. Sketches in London by James Grant (1838)
"... and anecdotes. it—The practice of chumming prisoners—Shops, business, &c Story of the THE question of imprisonment for debt having been of late so often ..."

3. Summer Cruising in the South Seas by Charles Warren Stoddard (1881)
"chumming WITH A SAVAGE. PART L KANA-ANA. HERE was a little brown rain-cloud, that blew over in about three minutes ..."

4. Every Day Life in London by James Grant (1839)
"... extent and nature of the accommodation in it—The practice of chumming prisoners —Shops, business, &c—Story of the Pie-man—The tap-room— Eccentric ..."

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