frogging frogging


  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. All the buzz in the world is not going to find him leap-frogging over the four guys ahead of him unless something changes.
  2. Clown motifs, gold frogging, Tyrolean touches or military flourishes cluttered many of the outfits and seemed inappropriate for local customers who are trying to hide their wealth.


  • How to clean a bullfrog

    For Randall Mahony, half the fun of frogging is eating them. Here, he demonstrates an easy way to turn your frogs into frog legs.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


  1. "A system like this would finally bring sanity to the process," Anuzis said in a statement. "Our proposal would create a reasonable and fair solution for each state and would end the state leap-frogging that is moving the beginning of the...
    on Dec 4, 2007 By: Saul Anuzis Source: Detroit Free Press

  2. "Race Two was disappointing in that our pit strategy was effective in leap frogging a number of positions but being turned around and losing those was disheartening," said Lowndes. "All credit must go to both car engineers on producing a dry...
    on May 20, 2007 By: Craig Lowndes Source: PaddockTalk

  3. "At the moment the money is still on Alonso. He has been faultless, while Kimi and Michael have made a few mistakes," said Coulthard. "Both, though, are capable of leap-frogging Alonso. Spain will be another open race. The track has been...
    on Apr 29, 2005 By: David Coulthard Source: Rediff

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