- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stampede.
“Instead, the men took him at his word and stampeded for the ships, behaving like conscripts running for their lives at the first sound of the enemy.”
“He is delighted to hear that the prime minister is not going to be "stampeded" by the "anti-Europeans" into a referendum on the treaty.”
“NP broadcasting spokesman Daryl Swanepoel said submissions made by industry stakeholders to the National Assembly's communications committee indicated that the bill as introduced, if "stampeded" through Parliament, would not have the support of the industry.”
“Manuel, fearing a flight of capital, immediately said he will not be "stampeded" into lifting exchange controls but rather follow”
“They get frightened -- 'stampeded' we call it -- and they don't care which way they run.”
“My record says that General Rosser's (Confederate) brigade was "stampeded," but "our regiment charged beautifully and drove the enemy six miles.”
“I reckon somethin 'stampeded 'em, for they never strayed far from camp before.”
“They understood his immense popularity, and were afraid that the convention might be "stampeded" in his favor.”
“Polk's name did not appear till the eighth ballot; on the ninth the convention "stampeded" and Polk received every vote.”
“Page 159 deserter had "stampeded" him -- that in Jones Co. a deserter named Warren”
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