frogmarch frogmarch v. 1. to march a person against his will by any method. [WordNet 1.5]

2. to carry someone against his will upside down such that each limb is held by one person. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • frogmarch — ► VERB ▪ force (someone) to walk forward by pinning their arms from behind …   English terms dictionary

  • frogmarch — UK [ˈfrɒɡˌmɑː(r)tʃ] / US [ˈfrɑɡˌmɑrtʃ] verb [transitive] Word forms frogmarch : present tense I/you/we/they frogmarch he/she/it frogmarches present participle frogmarching past tense frogmarched past participle frogmarched if two people frogmarch …   English dictionary

  • frogmarch — frog|march [ frag,martʃ ] verb transitive BRITISH if two people frogmarch you somewhere, they force you to walk there while each of them holds one of your arms tightly …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • frogmarch — v. & n. esp. Brit. 1 hustle (a person) forward holding and pinning the arms from behind. 2 carry (a person) in a frogmarch. n. the carrying of a person face downwards by four others each holding a limb …   Useful english dictionary

  • frogmarch — /frog mahrch , frawg /, v.t. to force (a person) to march with the arms pinioned firmly behind the back. [1930 35; FROG1 + MARCH1] * * * …   Universalium

  • frogmarch — verb To force a person to walk where he does not wish to go by holding his arms behind him and pushing him forward …   Wiktionary

  • frogmarch — frog|march [ˈfrɔgma:tʃ US ˈfra:gma:rtʃ, ˈfro:g ] v [T always + adverb/preposition] BrE to force someone to walk somewhere by holding their arms very tightly by their side or behind their back …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • frogmarch — see frog march …   English dictionary

  • frogmarch — v. force a person to walk with face downwards with arms pinned and twisted from behind …   English contemporary dictionary

  • frogmarch — verb force (someone) to walk forward by holding and pinning their arms from behind …   English new terms dictionary

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