"frog’s march" Definition

  1. the manner in which four or more policemen carry a drunken or turbulent man to the station-house. The victim is held face downwards, one constable being at each shoulder, while the others hold on above the knees. Often there is another active and intelligent officer who beats time to the march on the recalcitrant hero’s posteriors.

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Position in the dictionary: 1351 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: frontispiece, frow, frummagemmed, frump, fudge, fuggies, full against, full blast, full feather, full fig
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