Definition of storm-troop in US English:

storm-troop

verb

  • no object To act or intervene as (or in the manner of) a storm troop; (more generally, of a group) to behave in an aggressive, intrusive, or brazen way.

Origin

1930s. From storm troop. Compare earlier storm trooper and slightly earlier storm-trooping [adjective].

Pronunciation

storm-troop

/ˈstɔːm truːp/