verb (used without object), goose-stepped, goose-step·ping.
Origin of goose-step
Related formsgoose-step·per, noun
Definition for goose-step (2 of 2)
Origin of goose step
Examples from the Web for goose-step
When all the dances had ended, the dancers marched out with the goose-step.The Chinese Fairy Book|Various
The soldiers marched towards us, victorious and triumphant, at the goose-step.
My pace was slow and cautious; not quite so slow as the goose-step, but something near it.
The Sergeant was silenced, and Chippo and his rooster proceeded on their way, giving a finished exhibition of the goose-step.
Being a frightful and dangerous criminal, he imitated their goose-step and was arrested.A Journal From Our Legation in Belgium|Hugh Gibson