- v. present participle of chopper.
“While few here will shed tears for Bin Laden, choppering in an unauthorised posse into Pakistan on a mission to get Bin Laden dead or alive may just tip Pakistan over the edge.”
“But actually, as we were choppering in, I saw at least 30 of them.”
“They're choppering in supplies from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to resupply this ship so that they can then ferry supplies out to Port-au-Prince and drop them off there.”
“He was blown up choppering into khe freaking sanh.”
“Yeah it was an accident, but he was choppering into Khe Sanh, not to have a beer with his buds.”
“Oh, that Max Clelland who was horribly wounded while choppering into Khe Sanh by a gung ho wacko, probably a republican, who dismantled the safty devices on his handgrenades.”
“Forts, but NOT in the normal sense, Mil guys and gear, choppering off to issues, which will undoubtly arise with far flung ranchers and grasiers and the likes.”
“No ... maybe Maybe Feldman was choppering over DNC Hq?”
“I was ten when the Beatles were doing world tours and my guitar-strumming neighbor, a hip girl of 17 who babysat me occasionally managed to convince me that they were actually choppering right into her New Jersey backyard; it was dusk when I realized I'd have to do triage on my cool factor with my new girlfriends on the block.”
“Clippings from the Castle Courier suggest that he pulled his weight, choppering around the country to report features about the good works of the 20th Engineers, who were tasked with paving roads and clearing jungle to support combat operations.”
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