Definition of Polliwogs

1. Noun. (plural of polliwog) ¹



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Definition of Polliwogs

1. polliwog [n] - See also: polliwog

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polliwogs

pollinized
pollinizer
pollinizers
pollinizes
pollinizing
pollinose
pollinoses
pollinosis
pollis
pollises
pollist
pollists
polliwig
polliwigs
polliwog
polliwogs (current term)
pollman
pollmen
pollock
pollocked
pollocking
pollocks
pollodic
polls
pollster
pollsters
polltaker
polltakers
pollucite
pollutable

Literary usage of Polliwogs

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1. The Nursery by John L. Shorey (Firm (1877)
"polliwogs. THE cat-tails all along the brook Are growing tall and green ; EH. Justus. And in the meadow-pool, once more, The polliwogs are seen ; Among the ..."

2. Basic Math Skills, Grade 1 by Jo Ellen Moore (2003)
"Hector wants to catch polliwogs. Show him how to get to the pond. Connect the shapes that show ~2~. Read, write, and draw fractions (1/2, 1/3, ..."

3. Day by Day in the Primary School by Alice Maud Bridgham (1907)
"What color were the polliwogs ? What color is this frog ? Where is the frog's home ? Where was the tadpole's home ? Are frogs of any use ? ..."

4. The Gospel in All Lands by Missionary Society, Methodist Episcopal Church (1896)
"Soon the little crowd came back, with tin pans and buckets, to get their portion of polliwogs, and also received instructions that the water must be changed ..."

5. Learning to Talk; Or, Entertaining and Instructive Lessons in the Use of by Jacob Abbott (1868)
"polliwogs are little things that look like lizards, only lizards live on the land, and polliwogs live in the water. They swim all about in warm and sunny ..."

6. Report of an Investigation of Water and Sewage Purification Plant in Ohio by Ohio State Board of Health, Charles Oliver Probst, R. Winthrop Pratt, Philip Burgess, A. Elliott Kimberly (1908)
"Considerable feeling had been aroused among the water consumers from the fact that in several instances these polliwogs had been drawn from service taps. ..."

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