Examples of stooge in a Sentence
a gangster and his stooges
He's just a stooge for the oil industry.
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Grave Digger and Coffin Ed are neither stooges of their white-run police department nor revolutionaries with badges.
Some leaders of the liberal opposition expressed dismay, accusing her of being a Kremlin stooge and a spoiler candidate meant to inject a measure of excitement and legitimacy into a dull race.
There are two sides to every story, even one as cut-and-dried as multiple NFL footballs found to be under-inflated on the sideline featuring Brady’s stooge, a Patriots employee whose nickname in the locker room is The Deflator.
The veteran bass Paul Plishka smoothly dispatched the roles of the stooges Benoit and Alcindoro.
As part of a strategy to depict himself as Trump’s champion against McConnell’s stooge Strange, Representative Mo Brooks made eliminating the legislative veto his principal campaign issue in opposing the incumbent in Alabama’s special GOP primary.
Haringhton is a Maduro stooge who has had her assets frozen in the U.S. for her role in jailing innocent protesters.
About 100 students were ordered into the main auditorium to watch two short films attacking the opposition leader as both a United States State Department stooge and a would-be Nazi-saluting Hitler.
Who would compromise with a Russian stooge or a secret jihadist, after all?
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Origin and Etymology of stooge
First Known Use: 1913See Words from the same year
First Known Use of stooge
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