- n a person of unquestioning obedience
- n a victim of ridicule or pranks
- v cruise in slow or routine flights
- v act as the stooge
His role was to stooge for the popular comedian
- v act as a stooge, in a compliant or subordinate manner
He stooged for the flamboyant Senator
- Somoza, on the other hand, found that Leonardo Argello, the stooge he had got elected, did not intend to be a stooge.
- The clash earned Wallace a reputation among his detractors as a "Stalinist stooge.
- The outside world viewed him as Beijing's stooge.
- John Howard in The Age
The facts are that you now have two journalists both of whom, I say, enjoy a good reputation and neither could be described as a Liberal Party or a government stooge - neither of them,Mr Howard told ABC TV today. "They're both as straight...
- Panfilo Lacson in Inquirer.net
That's exactly the reason I left the country. I am a victim of a conspiracy of whispers between Ms Arroyo and her stooge in the DoJ,Lacson added.
- Peer Steinbrueck in Reuters
I am getting threatening letters from Switzerland and am being bad-mouthed as a Nazi stooge,Steinbrueck told the German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung on Thursday.