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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A larval frog or toad.

Usage examples (19)
  • All she could think now, though, was that the fabulous Mr. Frog was only a polliwog when it came to crazy rides.
  • In those early days, it had been only a faint polliwog of mist, moving slowly through the constellation of Eridanus, just south of the Equator.
  • It seems unlikely that Palin, Lazio and other opponents of the project are enraged at the specter of polliwog swim classes and family movie nights a few blocks from...
  • Great … … on February 4, 2009 at 1: 12 pm | Reply petoskystone here i was thinking that ‘gollywog’ was like ‘polliwog’. which lead to ‘frogs have no hair, so this makes... for more
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