Examples of toad in a Sentence
He's such a mean little toad.
that miserable toad is lucky to have even a single friend
Recent Examples of toad from the Web
There are two toad and 12 frog species native to Michigan.
Moved by the stunning change in the landscape, state environmental officials who had just explored the woodlands quickly ended all discussion of toad habitats and salamander breeding grounds.
The tadpoles of western toads squiggle, and water skeeters perform a graceful backwoods ballet.
Some of the most remarkable organisms in the forest are frogs and toads (anurans), 170 separate species of which call Panama their home.
But the toads could not climb cane plants to reach the insects and are now a thriving pest species themselves.
And then, Gillman says, there is potential environmental damage—such as to the toad or salamander shading itself beneath those weeds.
The parasite in question is called Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, or Bd for short, and first appeared on scientists’ radar in 1998 when it was discovered in populations of frogs and toads in Australia and Panama.
Each August, adult midwife toads in the French Pyrenees climb out of their birth lakes for the first time.
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TOAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of toad for English Language Learners
: a small animal that looks like a frog but has dry skin and lives on land
: an unpleasant person
TOAD Defined for Kids
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