- v. Simple past tense and past participle of goose-step.
“The American people have dutifully goose-stepped and supported their troops in a nationalist orgy of pro-American chest-beating:”
“Labour goose-stepped into a police state courtesy of Jack Straw, 'Our' Jacqui Smith and the rest of that gang five years ago”
“Threw stones at the Nazis as they goose-stepped into town.”
“These are the same lemmings who goose-stepped to war based on lies, not against the terrorists who actually attacked us but against a country that promised the biggest economic advantage to an elite few.”
“We cannot wait until we're all goose-stepped into a massive book checkout line.”
“If they were riding a Nada I think I might have goose-stepped myself.”
“On a movie screen six feet high, German soldiers goose-stepped through the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.”
“With a few notable exceptions, members of Congress from both sides of the aisle fell into formation with their American flag lapel pins unfurled and goose-stepped down Pennsylvania Avenue in time with President Bush's war drums.”
“Then goose-stepped in the little Hitler with his trainloads and ovens.”
“If Radiohead had goose-stepped in they would have been more warmly received.”
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