Definition of Hoptoads
1. hoptoad [n] - See also: hoptoad
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoptoads
Literary usage of Hoptoads
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Kid Has Gone to the Colors: And Other Verse by William Herschell (1917)
"... lean country gink From 'way out west, where the hoptoads wink; He was six feet two in his stockin' feet, An' kept gittin' thinner th' more he'd eat. ..."
2. Short Patent Sermons by Elbridge Gerry Paige (1845)
"We love birds and flowers, because they are fair to behold : and hate hoptoads and dry mullen-stalks for their ugliness, notwithstanding one may be just as ..."
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