Definition of Froglets

1. Noun. (plural of froglet) ¹



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Definition of Froglets

1. froglet [n] - See also: froglet

Lexicographical Neighbors of Froglets

frogged
froggeries
froggery
froggier
froggies
froggiest
froggily
frogginess
frogging
froggings
froggish
froggy
froghopper
froghoppers
froglet
froglets (current term)
froglike
frogling
froglings
frogly
frogman
frogmarch
frogmarched
frogmarches
frogmarching
frogmen
frogmouth
frogmouths
frogs
frogs-bit

Literary usage of Froglets

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Lines in Pleasant Places: Rhythmics of Many Moods and Quantities. Wise and by Benjamin Penhallow Shillaber (1874)
"Your vow you'll keep ; no more you'll sleep 'Twixt peaceful blankets twain ; The froglets peep above the deep, Where I so long have lain, And that with me, ..."

2. The Pet Book by Anna Botsford Comstock (1914)
"Bits of small branches covered with lichen may be placed in the cage for the froglets to climb upon. The moss should be thoroughly washed occasionally. ..."

3. The Williams Quarterly by Williams College (1857)
"The froglets they are peeping too, And keeping up the sound, And I, too, peep for very joy, 'Tis harmony all 'round. ..."

4. The Succession of life on the earth: Three Lectures by William Crawford Williamson (1877)
"... and if possible still more curious fish, with a tad pole- like head, resembling in shape those black and «limy froglets and ..."

5. Lines in Pleasant Places: Rhythmics of Many Moods and Quantities. Wise and by Benjamin Penhallow Shillaber (1874)
"Your vow you'll keep ; no more you'll sleep 'Twixt peaceful blankets twain ; The froglets peep above the deep, Where I so long have lain, And that with me, ..."

6. The Pet Book by Anna Botsford Comstock (1914)
"Bits of small branches covered with lichen may be placed in the cage for the froglets to climb upon. The moss should be thoroughly washed occasionally. ..."

7. The Williams Quarterly by Williams College (1857)
"The froglets they are peeping too, And keeping up the sound, And I, too, peep for very joy, 'Tis harmony all 'round. ..."

8. The Succession of life on the earth: Three Lectures by William Crawford Williamson (1877)
"... and if possible still more curious fish, with a tad pole- like head, resembling in shape those black and «limy froglets and ..."

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