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  • interj. The sound made by a frog or toad.
  • n. The sound made by a frog or toad.
  • v. To make the sound of a frog or toad.


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  • The NFL, realizing it had helped create a world of litigation-happy former fans holding serious grudges for having their statistics taken away, instructed all announcers to merely say "ribbit" when a touchdown was scored.

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  • At Honeydukes, a candy shop, an oversized chocolate frog periodically emerges from a container in the window to "ribbit" at passing guests.


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  • Sure, red with devil horns would have been a bit cliché, but I expect him to “ribbit” as much as damn.

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