Definition of frogging in English:

frogging

Syllabification: frog·ging
Pronunciation: /ˈfrôgiNG, fräg-
 
/

noun

Ornamental braid or coat fastenings consisting of spindle-shaped buttons and loops.
More example sentences
  • I turned round and there was a doorman, dressed in a green 18th-century coachman's coat with extra frogging.
  • He was facing her, no longer clad in the deep jacket with silver frogging, but now swathed in his trademark black cloak.
  • Saliva splattered onto his jacket and dripped down the lace and frogging.

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