v. To hit a person, particularly a political or business leader, in the face with a pie.
pieing pp.

Example Citations:
Other prominent Quebecers to be pied recently include former premier Jacques Parizeau, Montreal Mayor Pierre Bourque and former police chief Jacques Duchesneau.
—“Pie-Eyed,” The Calgary Sun, January 19, 1999

“Live free or pie,” quips Pike, a.k.a. Agent Creamy Genes, who recently pied a visiting University of New Hampshire lecturer, then called him a “Nazi doctor” before a stunned academic audience.
—Clare Kittredge, “Pie in face is a joke to some, assault to others,” The Boston Globe, March 21, 1999

Earliest Citation:
Scates insisted he was not part of a group that puts out “contracts” on people and pays fees for “pieing.”
—“Pie In Face For Blanton,” Kingsport Times (Kingsport, Tennessee), April 18, 1975

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