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frogging

/ ˈfrɒɡɪŋ /

noun

  1. the ornamental frogs on a coat collectively


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I hope no aesthetic devotee of the fly-rod will lay down the book in disgust when I confess to a weakness for frogging.

He had probably crept up from behind, while old long-shanks was quietly frogging along the shore.

And, when you are in a permanent camp, and fishing is very poor, try frogging.

By far the most effective manner of frogging is by the headlight on dark nights.

I shut my eyes, and persuaded myself that all I had to do was to go on leap-frogging.

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