Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of frogskins.

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Examples

  • This is more than 13,000 frogskins per Amurricun, and roughly eight percent of Amurricuh's net worth as a nation, accumulated over two centuries.

    Alan Grayson: Governor Cretin: A Hypothetical

  • Let's also suppose that during that time, the war in Irab costs the Amurricun people four trillion frogskins so called because the currency is green.

    Alan Grayson: Governor Cretin: A Hypothetical

  • Dahl included this caper in his new novel, Fifty Thousand Frogskins—“frogskins,” like “greenbacks,” was slang for dollar bills—whose main characters were a pair of comic rural swindlers obsessed with making their fortune through a brilliant and ingenious scam.

    Storyteller

  • Just follow these easy steps, and you'll be rolling in the frogskins, instead of weeping alone in your cell at Rock Island, begging God to get your "mentor" in the quarry crew a new "best friend," which is what you'll be doing if you don't follow my advice.

    Sean Carman: How (Not) to Sell Your Senate Seat

  • However, one night my good friend Edd and my sort-of-friend Pud decided to see The Dream Team at the newly built Wahpeton four-plex, and I stopped at the bank to get a few frogskins.

    Fargo Rock City

  • From snakeskins, fishskins, frogskins, water buffalo horns, penshells (which were popular during the Victorian era as a substitute for the endangered tortoise shell), oystershells, cowrie shells and other naturally collected shells; from animals that are not "consumed" solely for their skins or horns but also as a food source, I am having fun reusing (and not abusing) mother nature's beautiful and bountiful resources to create each and every piece.

    Notes on Design

  • The total cost of this operation for "France" is 413 million frogskins, WHICH IS LESS THAN THE COST OF THE WAR IN IRAB EVERY SINGLE DAY.

    Alan Grayson: Governor Cretin: A Hypothetical

  • 116 Watkins took him at his word, sending him a telegram that was terse and unequivocal: frogskins unpublishable present form. construction unsound. too many loose ends. airmailer upcoming.117

    Storyteller

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