Web Results

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/frog-march

Frog-march definition is - to seize from behind roughly and forcefully propel forward. How to use frog-march in a sentence.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frog_march

A perp walk, walking the perp, or frog march, is a practice in American law enforcement of taking an arrested suspect through a public place, creating an opportunity for the media to take photographs and video of the event. The defendant is typically handcuffed or otherwise restrained, and is sometimes dressed in prison garb.Within the United States the perp walk is most closely associated ...

www.thefreedictionary.com/frogmarch

Define frogmarch. frogmarch synonyms, frogmarch pronunciation, frogmarch translation, English dictionary definition of frogmarch. v. frog·marched , frog·march·ing , frog·march·es To force to walk forward by pinning the arms and pushing from behind. n 1. a method of carrying a resisting...

www.etymonline.com/word/frog-march

frog-march (n.) also frog's march, 1871, a term that originated among London police and referred to their method of moving "a drunken or refractory prisoner" by carrying him face-down between four people, each holding a limb; the connection with frog (n.1) perhaps being the notion of going along belly-down. By the 1930s, the verb was used in reference to the much more efficient (but ...

www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Frog March

Commonly used in the Washington D.C. area. Synonomus with "perp-walk". Used to discibe being escorted to/from court, forcibly by the police.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZOKk8zPuyY

Video shows what frog march means. To march or force a person forward while holding their arms from behind or aside, as a prisoner.. To carry a person face-down with one person holding each limb..

www.dictionary.com/browse/frog--march

Frog march definition, to force (a person) to march with the arms pinioned firmly behind the back. See more.

www.thefreedictionary.com/frogmarched

frog·march (frôg′märch′, frŏg′-) v. frog·marched, frog·march·ing, frog·march·es To force (someone) to walk forward by pinning the arms and pushing from behind. [From earlier frog's march, a police method of carrying a drunken or unruly person, who is suspended face downwards above the ground by four police officers each holding one limb ...

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/frog_march

frog-march; Etymology . Originated circa 1871, from the resemblance of the target to a splayed-out frog. Verb . frog march. Alternative spelling of frogmarch; Noun . frog march (plural frog marches) Alternative spelling of frogmarch; Synonyms . frog's march; See also . perp walk; Further reading . Description from The Word Detective

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/frogmarch

frog march; frog-march; Etymology . See frog march. Verb . frogmarch (third-person singular simple present frogmarches, present participle frogmarching, simple past and past participle frogmarched) To march or force a person forward while holding their arms from behind or the side, as a prisoner.