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- v. To force a person to walk where he does not wish to go by holding his arms behind him and pushing him forward.
- n. Alternative spelling of frog march.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. to march a person against his will by any method.
- v. to carry someone against his will upside down such that each limb is held by one person.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. march a person against his will by any method
- v. carry someone against his will upside down such that each limb is held by one person
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Bless him for his "frogmarch" comment it will be one for the ages, his unwillingness to back down, and his ginormous ballzack.
Hassani and his hugely powerful star turn Taher Douis (later to become a record holder for the number of men he could support on his shoulders) leapt to the rescue, with onlookers saying that - like bouncers ejecting an unruly client - they appeared, in unruffled fashion, to "frogmarch" the misbehaving creature to the wings.
And you can't just say go and find the treatment room, it's up on the third floor of the shopping centre somewhere; sign them up, frogmarch them up there, get their money off them.
One of the most distinctive things about England's relentless frogmarch towards Ashes victory in Australia has been the sense that they have their eyes set on some broader horizon.
Hopefully if you drag a woman off a train and frogmarch her across country these days the police will intervene.
Let's not use our constitutional powers of impeachment, inherent contempt, and power to direct the sergeant at arms to arrest and frogmarch Rove into the chambers of Congress.
Well, except for Useful Idiots, who will frogmarch to whatever they say.
And a quick frogmarch round an art gallery, then a coffee afterward that had sort of turned into lunch at the Ivy.
Police said they could not frogmarch him handcuffed in public because it would breach his HUMAN RIGHTS — and there were no prison vans available.
He says a lot about Harper's nature that he would use this ability to let cooler heads prevail when he thinks it will result in the coalition falling apart, yet would like it to be unavailable when he wants to frogmarch us into yet another of his far right fantasies.
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