verb (used without object), stooged, stoog·ing.
Origin of stooge
Examples from the Web for stooge
Other speakers suggested that Barack Obama himself had become a stooge of the Islamists, or possibly even a closet Muslim.Bachmann, Gaffney, and the GOP’s Anti-Muslim Culture of Conspiracy|Jonathan Kay|July 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
There is a perceived danger in hiring foreign firms, a fear of being seen as a Western stooge.
The papers said that the steel necktie worn by my stooge at the theatre had to be cut off by a water-cooled electric saw.The Double Spy|Dan T. Moore
His stooge, who had already risen with a prepared speech of seconding, simply gaped.
If the contest was a part of the day's program, no spectator seemed willing to play "stooge" in this preliminary performance.David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney
And see how he managed to slide in that bit about corruption, right before his stooge handed him that bulletin?
If I'm half as good a stooge as I think I am, we'll be needing overcoats before we get back.Queen of the Flaming Diamond|Leroy Yerxa