Sieg Heil

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Sieg Heil

(ziːk hail)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) hail to victory: a Nazi salute, often accompanied by the raising of the right arm

Sieg Heil

A German phrase meaning hail to victory, used as a Nazi salute.
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He added: "Criticising striking public sector workers today is like sieg-heiling at Last Night of Proms.
Its rabid followers are notorious for their sieg-heiling and swastika waving.
This country is always awash with plastic patriots - Tories like Michael Portillo shamelessly evoking the SAS in his speeches and pea-brains like the sieg-heiling oafs who caused the England match in Dublin to be abandoned.