Definition of Stooge in English :

Define Stooge in English

Stooge meaning in English

Meaning of Stooge in English

Pronunciation of Stooge in English

Stooge pronunciation in English

Pronounce Stooge in English


see synonyms of stooge


1. flunkey, flunky, stooge, yes-man

a person of unquestioning obedience

2. butt, goat, laughingstock, stooge

a victim of ridicule or pranks


3. stooge

cruise in slow or routine flights

4. stooge

act as the stooge

Example Sentences:
'His role was to stooge for the popular comedian'

5. stooge

act as a stooge, in a compliant or subordinate manner

Example Sentences:
'He stooged for the flamboyant Senator'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


see synonyms of stooge
an actor who feeds lines to a comedian or acts as a foil or butt
2. slang
someone who is taken advantage of by another
verb (intransitive)
3. slang
to act as a stooge
4. (foll by about or around) slang
(esp in the RAF) to fly or move about aimlessly

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see synonyms of stooge
noun Informal
an actor who assists a comedian by feeding him lines, being the victim of pranks, etc.
any person who acts as a foil, underling, etc. to another
term of contempt
verb intransitiveWord forms: stooged or ˈstooging
3.  Informal
to be a stooge (for someone)

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see synonyms of stooge
1. The partner in a comedy team who feeds lines to the other comedian; a straight man.
2. One who allows oneself to be used for another's profit or advantage; a puppet.
3. Slang A stool pigeon.
intr.v. stooged, stoog·ing, stoog·es
To be a stooge or behave like one.

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