Stooge



noun
1.
an entertainer who feeds lines to the main comedian and usually serves as the butt of his or her jokes.
2.
any underling, assistant, or accomplice.
verb (used without object), stooged, stooging.
3.
to act as a stooge.
noun
1.
an actor who feeds lines to a comedian or acts as his foil or butt
2.
(slang) someone who is taken advantage of by another
verb (intransitive)
3.
(slang) to act as a stooge
4.
(slang) foll by about or around. (esp in the RAF) to fly or move about aimlessly
soul

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