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rent-a-frog

rent-a-frog  n.— «Nowadays, such behavior is strictly prohibited by the fair’s frog welfare policy, a four-page document that outlines rules, including treatment of hundreds of “rent-a-frogs,” which are stored in a cellarlike room under...

frog condo

frog condo  n.— «The animals are then caught with nets, thanked for their services (sometimes with a kiss), and returned to “frog condos,” basically large metal canisters with a few inches of water.» —“Celebrating, and Quarreling...

frog jockey

frog jockey  n.— «The squabble has also divided many of the competitors, grown men and women who spend days and nights before the fair crawling around ponds and swamps looking for the perfect jumping frog. Known as frog jockeys, the...

frog breathing

frog breathing  n.— «The two spent several months perfecting a breathing technique known as “frog breathing,” taking small, quick breaths. This allowed Mr. Alexander to spend time outside of the iron lung.» —“In iron lung...

frog stitch

frog stitch
 v.— «Reminds me of the Frog Stitch: rip-it, rip-it.» —“Re: Misc.” by Barbara Zanzig Usenet: rec.crafts.textiles Aug. 5, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

frog stitch

frog stitch  v.— «The teacher taught them (this was the beginning cross stitch class) the “frog stitch.” It’s when you go “rip, rip, rip.”» —“Re: Finished an old UFO-and official delurk” by Christina...