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frogman a swimmer equipped to work underwater, esp. one engaged in demolition of enemy ships in wartime.
frog spit cuckoo spit. [2 definitions]
frolic merriment or fun. [3 definitions]
frolicsome full of high spirits, gaiety, or merriment; playful.
from used to indicate a starting point in place or time. [5 definitions]
from A to Z from beginning to end; completely; thoroughly.
from now on from the present moment and forever into the future.
from rags to riches from a state of poverty to a state of wealth and comfort.
from scratch from the very beginning. [2 definitions]
from stem to stern from one end to the other; throughout the whole.
from the housetops far and wide; publicly.
from time to time occasionally; sometimes but not frequently.
frond a long, finely divided leaf, as of a fern or certain palms.
front the most forward part or side of something, such as a building. [13 definitions]
frontage the linear extent of land next to a street, road, river, lake, or the like. [2 definitions]
frontal of, related to, or located at the front. [2 definitions]
frontal bone the broad bone of the skull that forms the forehead.
frontal lobe the part of the brain that is covered by the frontal bone.
front burner (informal) the state of top priority or principal consideration (usu. prec. by "on the").
front desk a large counter in the lobby of a hotel or other venue where guests register.
frontier a border between two countries, or the area close on either side. [3 definitions]