1. carry someone against his will upside down such that each limb is held by one person
  2. march a person against his will by any method
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How To Use frogmarch In A Sentence

  • Who are we to lecture about ‘freedom’ in Iraq when an old man is frogmarched out of the Labour Party conference?
  • As Mr Clinton arrived, police removed one of those injured in the bombing and frogmarched him across the road.
  • One of the most distinctive things about England's relentless frogmarch towards Ashes victory in Australia has been the sense that they have their eyes set on some broader horizon. Now England have won the Ashes, it's time to focus on being liked | Barney Ronay
  • I was frogmarched down the road in front of the neighbours.
  • In a return to old-fashioned policing methods, constables on patrol will be able to frogmarch misbehaving youths back to their parents to demand an explanation for their behaviour.
  • Hopefully if you drag a woman off a train and frogmarch her across country these days the police will intervene. Watch John Wayne in The Quiet Man: live!
  • All prisoners were frogmarched into the compound.
  • These powerful sleep chemicals frogmarch men off to the land of nod — whether we like it or not. The Sun
  • Twenty minutes and an agonising car journey later, they frogmarched him into the Departmental headquarters, an extremely bland building that had the look of a bomb shelter that they had neglected to bury.
  • When I'd put them on, I was grabbed and frogmarched out of the room and down the stairs. Leaf Fielding: To Live Outside the Law
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