from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A frog.
- n. A Frenchman.
- adj. Froglike.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Abounding in frogs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having or abounding in frogs.
- Frog-like; froggish.
- n. A diminutive of frog: often applied, as slang, familiarly to Frenchmen, from their reputed habit of eating frogs.
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But of course old froggy is a parrot and a coward so you are just at your keyboard spewing the same crap we hear from the sheep trolls of freeperland.
Winner gets to take a drink of delicious, "froggy" ale.
The truth is, Clinton did her best (even pushing through a tired and "froggy" sounding voice), and her supporters cheered their loudest, and I appreciate her (and their) spirit and ambition and Clinton's manner of laying out her platform.
BTW, if you cannot read into my last sentence as cleverly as "froggy" would have been able to, I'm being ironic.
Cute no-name froggy, btw, but, ummm… isn’t Kermit the obvious name of choice here?
After a few minutes with her "froggy" ice pack, she was fine.
I'm hoping it's not some kind of froggy skin condition.
And do you know what the main idea is behind this whole pile of "froggy" faecal matter?
They're so cool at this stage ... their eyes are kinda wise froggy now and their skin is getting warty, but they still have that cute tail.
He looks like a frog, webbed hands, little froggy eyes, only with razor sharp teeth.