- v. present participle of gate-crash.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. entering a gathering uninvited.
“From wired pandas to red-carpet pandering, about the only thing that could further ratchet up this international send-up of this week's White House State Dinner is a little gate-crashing.”
“It takes a clever gate-crashing writer to do the scene justice.”
“The gate-crashing affair at the White House led to unwanted publicity about the family's bitter entanglement over control of the Oasis Winery.”
“Mitchell takes action to rescue Annie, gate-crashing at a deathbed to sneak into Purgatory, which becomes a psychologically perilous quest once a flirtatious guide leads him on a grim memory tour of his own many bloody misdeeds.”
“In fact, thought the show doesn't admit it, it's clear to behind - the - scenes experts like ourselves that much of this episode was taped after the White House gate-crashing incident (again, brought to you by the Post).”
“With Thursday's first of the two-part season-ending finale focusing on the White House gate-crashing episode on Bravo's Real Housewives of DC it's time for an update -- what the Washington Post is saying about them, what Bravo is saying about them and what they're saying about each other.”
“The president elicited a few shocked "oooohs" from the audience of 2,600 when he told this joke about Charlie Crist, the Florida governor who is defecting from the Republican Party to run for the Senate: "Odds are that the Salahis are here," he said, referring to the gate-crashing Virginia couple.”
“Anyway, Turner answered the guy's question, saying that the whole gate-crashing thing threw all the other housewives "totally off guard.”
“Anyway, Stacie answered the guys 'question, saying the whole gate-crashing thing threw all the other housewives "totally off guard.”
“The new technology could also potentially reduce gate-crashing during fashion week, becauseeach guest will need to show a unique bar code, says an IMG spokeswoman.”
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