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1. frog

noun. ['ˈfrɑːg'] any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping; semiaquatic and terrestrial species.

Synonyms

  • midwife toad
  • Gastrophryne carolinensis
  • sheep frog
  • ranid
  • bell toad
  • Leptodactylus pentadactylus
  • barking frog
  • robber frog
  • ribbed toad
  • tree-frog
  • Alytes cisternasi
  • leptodactylid
  • toad frog
  • tailed toad
  • obstetrical toad
  • spadefoot toad
  • salientian
  • crapaud
  • spadefoot
  • toad
  • leptodactylid frog
  • true frog
  • Liopelma hamiltoni
  • Ascaphus trui
  • Gastrophryne olivacea
  • Hylactophryne augusti
  • fire-bellied toad
  • South American bullfrog
  • true toad
  • batrachian
  • amphibian
  • Bombina bombina
  • western narrow-mouthed toad
  • tailed frog
  • South American poison toad
  • tongueless frog
  • tree frog
  • anuran
  • Alytes obstetricans
  • tree toad

Antonyms

  • get off
  • detach
  • unhitch
  • juvenile

Etymology

  • frog legs (English)
  • frogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • frogga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Rhymes with Frog

  • prolog
  • smog
  • slog
  • skog
  • prague
  • plog
  • pirog
  • parag
  • krog
  • grogg
  • grog
  • flog
  • clog
  • clague
  • agog
  • zogg
  • waag
  • tague
  • rogge
  • pog
  • mogg
  • maag
  • lague
  • jog
  • hogge
  • hogg
  • hog
  • haag
  • fogg
  • fog

How do you pronounce frog?

Pronounce frog as frɑg.

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Sentences with frog


1. Noun, singular or mass
The child will glue the frog to the correct log.

2. Adjective
Some frog species like to burrow underground, and many have hind legs designed for just that purpose.

3. Verb, 3rd person singular present
This frog originally comes from the Ivory Coast and Nigeria, a smaller range than X. laevis.

Quotes about frog


1. Analyzing humor is like dissecting a frog. Few people are interested and the frog dies of it.
- E. B. White

2. But Dumbledore says he doesn't care what they do as long as they don't take him off the Chocolate Frog cards.
- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

3. I'd kiss a frog even if there was no promise of a Prince Charming popping out of it. I love frogs.
- Cameron Diaz

2. tree-frog

noun. any of various Old World arboreal frogs distinguished from true frogs by adhesive suckers on the toes.

Synonyms

  • batrachian
  • salientian
  • toad
  • toad frog
  • tree frog
  • frog

3. wood-frog

noun. wide-ranging light-brown frog of moist North American woodlands especially spruce.

Synonyms

  • ranid
  • wood frog
  • true frog
  • Rana sylvatica
  • Rana

4. tree-frog

noun. arboreal amphibians usually having adhesive disks at the tip of each toe; of southeast Asia and Australia and America.

Synonyms

  • northern casque-headed frog
  • chorus frog
  • Hyla regilla
  • Hyla crucifer
  • chameleon tree frog
  • Pternohyla fodiens
  • toad frog
  • salientian
  • canyon treefrog
  • spring peeper
  • toad
  • Hylidae
  • batrachian
  • Hyla arenicolor
  • anuran
  • family Hylidae
  • tree frog
  • Pacific tree toad
  • frog
  • tree toad
  • cricket frog

5. frog

verb. ['ˈfrɑːg'] hunt frogs for food.

Synonyms

  • capture

Etymology

  • frog legs (English)
  • frogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • frogga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. frog

noun. ['ˈfrɑːg'] a decorative loop of braid or cord.

Antonyms

  • stay

Etymology

  • frog legs (English)
  • frogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • frogga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. frog

noun. ['ˈfrɑːg'] a person of French descent.

Synonyms

  • Gaul
  • Frenchwoman
  • Frenchman

Etymology

  • frog legs (English)
  • frogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • frogga (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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