What is another word for Schnorrer?

Pronunciation: [ʃnˈɒɹə] (IPA)

The term "schnorrer" is a Yiddish word that refers to a person who persistently borrows or begs for money or favors without any intention of repaying or reciprocating. It is often seen as a negative term and can be considered insulting. Some possible synonyms for "schnorrer" include freeloader, moocher, leech, parasite, sponge, beggar, scrounger, and panhandler. These words convey a similar meaning, but each has its own connotation or level of severity. Regardless of the word used, it is important to recognize the behavior as unacceptable and to set boundaries to protect oneself from being taken advantage of.

What are the hypernyms for Schnorrer?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Schnorrer

Maimon made inquiries from him about the roads and whither they led, and gathered with some surprise that his companion was a professional Schnorrer.
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The Schnorrer shrugged them.
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"Not till you had begged for it," chuckled the Schnorrer.
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