verb (used without object)
To do a lot of nothing at any given time or place while being convinced you are getting a lot accomplished.
Word Origin & History:
2010 (implied in schmoyling), derived from Yiddish Language tense, schmoyling around or to schmoyle.
Pronounced (SH-MOY-IL or (SH-MOY-IL-ING)
All he does is schmoyle around and gets nothing accomplished.
stop schmoyling around and get to work!