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Definition of "goading" []

  • Present participle of goad. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "goading" in a sentence
  • "It actually takes very little goading from the political elite or fringe groups to push the radical nut-cases to do your bidding."
  • "Thousands of words have been written about the conflict looming between north and south Sudan, but Clooney's trip -- and the passionate speeches he makes when he comes back this week -- will doubtless achieve far more in goading the international community to much-needed action in Sudan."
  • "The correspondence is well documented elsewhere, but I wanted to draw attention to this particular reference from Lenski, made after some goading from the conservapedia crowd:"