Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Alternative form of toadlike.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • He agreed andhas lived there ever since, eating bad bugs and being generally toad-like.

    The Prodigal Blog Returns « Looking for Roots

  • Balls (Balls by name and Balls by nature) is a bulgy-eyed toad-like squirt who has been in Parliament five minutes, has never had a proper job and gets his jollies by kicking hard-working middle class folk about.

    Have Courage, Mr. Straw!

  • Balls (Balls by name and Balls by nature) is a bulgy-eyed toad-like squirt who has been in Parliament five minutes, has never had a proper job and gets his jollies by kicking hard-working middle class folk about.

    Archive 2008-04-06

  • As I step cautiously into the limo, I notice she is accompanied by a toad-like man with a receding white hairline who is busy peering through a pair of binoculars.

    Go Ahead

  • As I step cautiously into the limo, I notice she is accompanied by a toad-like man with a receding white hairline who is busy peering through a pair of binoculars.

    Go Ahead

  • Being a good soldier Harry does what he is told, but how difficult can it be to fight a toad-like alien half his height?

    BestScienceFictionStories.com » Post Topic » After the Coup by John Scalzi

  • She was a monstrous, toad-like creature, but she was all that was left after the bridal rush of sixty-eight.

    Wallpaper

  • Thus, if I find any Dovetailed Toadbirds - that eat only music, lapping the notes from the air like floating insects with their toad-like tongues and swooping and swirling around the notes as if dancing to the silence they create - Horatio the Mute will be perfectly capable of humming the circus music of his youth, feeding them.

    I'm collecting something...

  • He's too hunched and toad-like to be considered handsome by either gender, I'm afraid — and I wonder if he's as miserable as I am.

    At the Gay Men's Counseling Center

  • The motivation for vitriol is envy: envy of your fees, envy of your exposure, envy of your fame; envy, even, of the cartoon of you, unshaven and toad-like.

    It is interesting that Sir George Young took the opportunity...

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.