frog

Part of speech: noun

A small, tailless, amphibious, web footed animal.

Part of speech: noun

The triangular prominence in the sole of a horse's foot.

Part of speech: noun

A joint of rails of a railway track.

Part of speech: noun

An ornamental fastening of a garment.

Part of speech: noun

The loop of a scabbard.

Part of speech: noun

A sailor's coat or frock.

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Usage examples "frog":

  1. " Yes," replied the frog. - "Jewish Fairy Tales and Legends", Gertrude Landa.
  2. Sadie West and I did that one day up at the frog pond." - "Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue", Laura Lee Hope.
  3. Ou' Jackalse he yump an' he roll, an' he fling hisse'f along de ground a- tryin' to cough up darie fat bull- frog, an' darie ou' bull- frog he puff an' he wiggle an' he slip down an' down till dere he is in Ou' Jackalse's tummy, a- hoppin' an' a- floppin' an' a- croakin' an' a- gloakin' till Ou' Jackalse is yust dat scared dat he light out f'm dere plump across de scenery. - "Old Hendrik's Tales", Arthur Owen Vaughan.