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- adj. Similar to a frog (1)
- adj. Similar to that of a frog (1); as, a froglike croak
- adj. (Of a person) who resembles a frog (1) in some way; for example, sporting wide, bulbous eyes.
- adv. In a froglike way; as, to hop froglike
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"froglike," mandeikagati [Footnote: Like the frog: staccato.] (I do everything to be "difficultly understood" myself!) -- and one should be heartily grateful for the good will to some refinement of interpretation.
He claims that his only quarrel is with “the idolatry of woman,” but it is one thing to want to take la femme off her pedestal — assuming she was still on it in the 1930s — and another to assert that when lying on her back during sex she looks “ridiculous … froglike.”
The form was vaguely human, but also amphibian, with a froglike mouth opened wide and glittering white gems for eyes.
On the Boston ferry, I'm most like that guy by the rail — I mean we share a vocabulary of forms, being froglike both of us, and fifty some.
The froglike, grasshopper-legged being into whose presence the constables had conducted the away team regarded its prisoners with wide, curious eyes.
Evesh folded her froglike arms across her chest, her finned feet splayed in an aggressive stance.
The squat, froglike god Dagon was seventeen feet tall—both statue and model designed to look as if they were over a hundred feet tall.
Mike darts her eyes toward me when I make a small, froglike sound to keep the burp inside.
His eyes bulged in a froglike way, and his nostrils were clogged shut.
The face was a trifle froglike, for his pale blue eyes had a tendency to pop out—exophthalmia, the Greeks called it.
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