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  • Then she told me where she lived and about herself and her chums. Cited from Jane Allen: Right Guard, by Edith Bancroft
  • So the two chums continued to talk all the way back to town. Cited from The Chums of Scranton High at Ice Hockey, by Donald Ferguson
  • At that time his college chums asked him for money for a common cause. Cited from The Awakening, by Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy
  • My chums are most of them dead or gone, one way or other. Cited from The Young Fur Traders, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • We used to be great chums, and he told me all about the city. Cited from Prudence of the Parsonage, by Ethel Hueston
  • The boys went down to town and said good-by to their school chums. Cited from Comrades of the Saddle, by Frank V. Webster
  • Each one of my six girl chums is the mother of a family. Cited from Different Girls, by Various
  • No one could say what the immediate future held for himself and his chum. Cited from Chums in Dixie, by St. George Rathborne
  • What in heaven's name was the matter with his old-time chum? Cited from Vandover and the Brute, by Frank Norris
  • You and your chums can go there all right, and have a good time. Cited from The Outdoor Girls in a Winter Camp, by Laura Lee Hope
  • And just think -- two of my best chums have gone on the stage since! Cited from On With Torchy, by Sewell Ford
  • They got away together before their other chums had a chance to catch up. Cited from The High School Captain of the Team, by H. Irving Hancock
  • As the fellow went down he caught hold of two of his chums to save himself. Cited from The Rover Boys at College, by Edward Stratemeyer
  • It may save his life, or the life of a chum some day. Cited from Fred Fenton on the Crew, by Allen Chapman
  • A man might know men of other classes, but he never took them for chums. Cited from Frank Merriwell at Yale, by Burt L. Standish
  • His chums could not ever remember having seen him one-half so excited before. Cited from The Outdoor Chums on the Gulf, by Captain Quincy Allen
  • Now, the chums of old days had time to look each other over more closely. Cited from Dick Prescott's Third Year at West Point, by H. Irving Hancock
  • No, sir, such a man will look after himself, and will look after his chums. Cited from The Strand Magazine, Vol. V, No. 28, April 1893, ed. by George Newnes
  • For many a day the memory of it would follow the four chums while far away. Cited from The Outdoor Chums After Big Game, by Captain Quincy Allen
  • One would think you were old chums to see you together. Cited from Blacksheep! Blacksheep!, by Meredith Nicholson
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Meaning of chum

  • noun Bait consisting of chopped fish and fish oils that are dumped overboard to attract fish