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Definition of "frogs" []

  • Any insectivorous anuran amphibian of the family Ranidae, such as Rana temporaria of Europe, having a short squat tailless body with a moist smooth skin and very long hind legs specialized for hopping (noun)
  • Any of various similar amphibians of related families, such as the tree frog (noun)
  • Any spiked or perforated object used to support plant stems in a flower arrangement (noun)
  • A recess in a brick to reduce its weight (noun)
  • To hunt or catch frogs (verb)
  • Plural form of frog. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of frog. (verb)

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Use "frogs" in a sentence
  • "The southern half of the walkway begins just beyond the seafood restaurants (which specialize in frogs legs)."
  • "Best way to get frogs is with a 10-12 'crappie pole, a fly or a trout hook and a bit of bread."
  • "I could hear distant frogs from the creek; the hoot of howls; the yipping of coyotes in the hills."