adjective, frog·gi·er, frog·gi·est.
Examples from the Web for froggy
I shook hands, of course, and her hand just flopped into mine, all limp and froggy.Quicksilver Sue|Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards
She knew quite well that she had led whither Froggy could not follow.
"Froggy Waters," chose Fatty--and poor little Marmaduke was left to the last, as if he were the worst player in the whole world.Half-Past Seven Stories|Robert Gordon Anderson
He has a froggy head, and a back like a new grave—for shape; and hands like a bird's toes that have been frostbitten.Following the Equator, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Froggy went out to tea that afternoon with much solicitous regret, which Priscilla treated in a spirit of levity.