green frog


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Noun1.green frog - similar to bullfroggreen frog - similar to bullfrog; found in or near marshes and ponds; of United States and Canada
genus Rana, Rana - type genus of the Ranidae
ranid, true frog - insectivorous usually semiaquatic web-footed amphibian with smooth moist skin and long hind legs
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Being an experienced traveller, he drew from his pocket a little cup (without which no one should ever take a journey), and was just about to dip it in the water, when a lovely little green frog, much prettier than frogs generally are, jumped into the cup.
So the Prince drank his fill, and then, by the command of the Little Green Frog, he lay down on the grass to rest himself.
He saw her bending over pythons coiled upon the sand, or considering the brown rock breaking the stagnant water of the alligators' pool, or searching some minute section of tropical forest for the golden eye of a lizard or the indrawn movement of the green frogs' flanks.
Still more, his very legs were marked, as if a parcel of dark green frogs were running up the trunks of young palms.
The green frog (Rana clamitans melanota) developing in one season.
She stated that the lime green frog on the dust jacket of the novel was inspired by a glow-in-the-dark rabbit created for a magician.
Warren for Stanley Furniture; Kelly Neal Mariotti for Green Frog Art.
The first thing Harry Hay ever told me was to pull off my ugly green frog skin of heterosexual conformity.
Basketball, football, tennis, connect four and skipping areas have been set up, eight bright panels depicting school life have been set up around the boundary fence and parent group the Friends of Good Shepherd (Frogs) have provided green frog litter bins.
Colorfully designed in green frog, pink cat, purple butterfly, red ladybug, and yellow bee patterns, they are guaranteed to appeal to the fashionable younger set.
When he looked back at the tiny pond, he saw the outline of a sleek green frog on the bottom.
(1967) by drawing pictures or writing stories (one class did a Green Frog, Green Frog class book); organizing a class photo album showing pictures of children and their families visiting a pond for a picnic or fishing trip; and collecting songs and finger plays for class or individual books to take home.