noun, plural frog·men [frog-men, -muh n] /ˈfrɒgˌmɛn, -mən/.
Origin of frogman
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Cayke paid no heed to these mutterings, nor did the Frogman.
"I think I could do it, sir," said the Frogman, with a bow to the Wizard.
"Every person has the right to ask questions," said the Frogman.
That is, she grabbed him where his neck ought to be, for the Frogman had no neck at all.
But the Frogman had eaten the zosozo and it had made him fully as strong as Ugu the Dove.