I wanted to take off my clothes and rush into the pond, and swim like a fish, or wriggle like a pollywog.
I'm a worm, a maggot, brother to the pollywog an' child of the blow-fly.
He caught a pollywog for bait, with which he waded to a deep, cool place under a shady bank.
It will be seen that one looks like a mouse, whilst the other resembles a pollywog, or a newly-hatched dragon.
Peter looked, and sure enough there was a pollywog with a pair of legs sprouting out.
"Why, grow a new tail like that pollywog," replied Peter, and told Jerry all that he had seen.
You look like the bullfrog on the bank and the pollywog in the pool.
The old bachelor don't die at all—he sort of rots away, like a pollywog's tail.
Under the microscope they show a sort of head and tail like a pollywog.
Hee-poof—I've swallowed a pollywog, Mr. Beebe, water's wonderful, water's simply ripping.