Definitions

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  • adj. Like a toad.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Like a toad.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Like a toad.

Etymologies

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toad +‎ -ish

Examples

  • Then put them back in their little shady, cool nooks so they can keep up with their toadish business.

    The Prodigal Blog Returns « Looking for Roots

  • A plump, toadish man, Butler was bald except for a swatch of thick black hair around the back of his round pumpkin head.

    Nutrition

  • Edgar Hoover in one of his most toadish expressions.

    McCain on ‘Saturday Night Live’ - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • P.S: I'm German and speak french as well and surely the toadish language spoken in the dark realms of N'Kai, but nobody really wants to hear

    What we're working on

  • Even his unblinking stare had something unnervingly toadish about it.

    The Christmas Bride

  • He smiled a toadish smile, confident suddenly that they needed him, that he could turn the whole situation to his profit.

    Ship Of Magic

  • But better that than to be pledged to a toadish Rain Wild man.

    Ship Of Magic

  • I think should I write a column praising Obama's wit, taste in books, and metrosexuality I would be dubbed principled rather than cynical, 'even-handed' rather than self-serving, and a maverick rather than toadish.

    Works and Days

  • I think should I write a column suddenly taking the "high road", praising Obama's wit, taste in books, and metrosexuality, I would be dubbed principled rather than cynical, 'even-handed' rather than self-serving, and a maverick rather than toadish.

    Works and Days

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