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sheepdogging

verb; zero derivation
To guide someone to a location by herding them as a sheepdog does.
 
In this situation, a character was guiding another drunk character to a bedroom. He chased her in the direction he needed her to go. The noun "sheepdog," a dog that herds sheep, was changed into a verb in this situation, and was used in a metaphorical situation in which a dog was not herding sheep, but a human was herding another drunk human. The word was used as a verb and was modified as a verb, with the ending -ing added to form a present tense verb.
Etymology : From sheepdog.
Source : "Are you really sheepdogging her?" Winston from New Girl, Season 1, Episode 5 - "Cece Crashes"
Last modified: 5 December 2011


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