frogged frogged


  1. (n) any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping; semiaquatic and terrestrial species
  2. (n) a person of French descent
  3. (n) a decorative loop of braid or cord
  4. (v) hunt frogs for food


  1. Crisp autumn weather had come to Washington, and Harry Truman caught a cold that frogged his throat at times.
  2. As a Cathedral Dean he wears four frogged buttons on his cuff There are six buttons on his cutaway coat.
  3. Among the cargo were several cases of Stanley's favorite Madeira and a frogged coat which he intended to wear when the white Pasha was sighted.



  1. "I tried to pace myself all day, knowing we were going to be out there for 36 holes," Furyk said. "My goal was to play two solid rounds. It was solid all day, but that one nine holes really leap-frogged me from nowhere to close to the lead."
    on Sep 6, 2008 By: Jim Furyk Source: Turkish Press

  2. "It worked out perfect with those yellows through the mid-portion of the race," Busch said. "We were able to do fuel-only one time; we were able to do two tires the next and we leap-frogged probably 15 guys. So maybe the car didn't finish...
    on Jun 8, 2008 By: Kurt Busch Source: Nascar

  3. "There is a widespread recognition of the fact that leadership in the modern age rests on the way we harness science for the development of the economy. Even newly industrialising nations like China and South Korea have leap-frogged ahead of us in...
    on Oct 6, 2006 By: Manmohan Singh Source: Hindu

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