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Toadstools

ˈtəʊd.stuːl

Meanings of Toadstools:

noun

The spore-bearing fruiting body of a fungus, typically in the form of a rounded cap on a stalk, especially one that is believed to be inedible or poisonous.

Usage examples:

The fly agaric or fairy toadstool grows here too, especially under birch along with other woodland …

Meanings of Toady:

noun

A person who behaves obsequiously to someone important.

Usage examples:

He calls it a ‘parasite’, which she learned in school is usually defined as a hanger-on, a toady, a…
verb

Act in an obsequious way.

Usage examples:

She imagined him toadying to his rich clients

Toady-to

ˈtəʊ.di

Meanings of Toady-to:

noun

A person who praises and is artificially pleasant to people in authority, usually in order to get some advantage from them

Usage examples:

Everywhere he goes he is surrounded by an entourage of toadies., shostakovich was often seen as a p…

Meanings of Toadying:

verb

Act in an obsequious way.

Usage examples:

She imagined him toadying to his rich clients
noun

A person who behaves obsequiously to someone important.

Usage examples:

He calls it a ‘parasite’, which she learned in school is usually defined as a hanger-on, a toady, a…

Meanings of Toast:

noun

Sliced bread browned on both sides by exposure to radiant heat, such as a grill or fire.

Usage examples:

She buttered a slice of toast
verb

Cook or brown (food, especially bread or cheese) by exposure to a grill, fire, or other source of radiant heat.

Usage examples:

He sat by the fire and toasted a piece of bread

Toasted

təʊst

Meanings of Toasted:

verb

Cook or brown (food, especially bread or cheese) by exposure to a grill, fire, or other source of radiant heat.

Usage examples:

He sat by the fire and toasted a piece of bread
adjective

(of food, especially bread or cheese) cooked or browned by exposure to a grill, fire, or other source of radiant heat.

Usage examples:

A toasted cheese sandwich

Toaster

ˈtəʊ.stər

Meanings of Toaster:

noun

An electrical device for making toast.

Usage examples:

And in california years ago, 20 years ago, we started making energy-efficient appliances from toast…

Meanings of Toaster-oven:

noun

Kitchen appliance consisting of a small electric oven for toasting or warming food

Toasters

ˈtəʊ.stər

Meanings of Toasters:

noun

An electrical device for making toast.

Usage examples:

And in california years ago, 20 years ago, we started making energy-efficient appliances from toast…

Meanings of Toastier:

adjective

Of or resembling toast.

Usage examples:

The topping is deliciously toasty

Meanings of Toastiest:

adjective

Of or resembling toast.

Usage examples:

The topping is deliciously toasty

Toasting

təʊst

Meanings of Toasting:

verb

Cook or brown (food, especially bread or cheese) by exposure to a grill, fire, or other source of radiant heat.

Usage examples:

He sat by the fire and toasted a piece of bread
noun

Sliced bread browned on both sides by exposure to radiant heat, such as a grill or fire.

Usage examples:

She buttered a slice of toast

Toastmaster

ˈtəʊs(t)mɑːstə

Meanings of Toastmaster:

noun

A person responsible for proposing toasts, introducing speakers, and making other formal announcements at a large social event.

Usage examples:

The mayor knows the actor's father, steve, a former mayor's attendant and a popular toastmaster on …

Meanings of Toastmasters:

noun

A person responsible for proposing toasts, introducing speakers, and making other formal announcements at a large social event.

Usage examples:

The mayor knows the actor's father, steve, a former mayor's attendant and a popular toastmaster on …

Toastmistress

ˈtəʊs(t)ˌmɪstrəs

Meanings of Toastmistress:

noun

A woman responsible for proposing toasts, introducing speakers, and making other formal announcements at a large social event.

Usage examples:

He was introduced by a local attorney who served as toastmistress

Toastmistresses

ˈtəʊs(t)ˌmɪstrəs

Meanings of Toastmistresses:

noun

A woman responsible for proposing toasts, introducing speakers, and making other formal announcements at a large social event.

Usage examples:

He was introduced by a local attorney who served as toastmistress

Meanings of Toasts:

noun

Sliced bread browned on both sides by exposure to radiant heat, such as a grill or fire.

Usage examples:

She buttered a slice of toast
verb

Cook or brown (food, especially bread or cheese) by exposure to a grill, fire, or other source of radiant heat.

Usage examples:

He sat by the fire and toasted a piece of bread

Toasty

ˈtəʊ.sti

Meanings of Toasty:

adjective

Of or resembling toast.

Usage examples:

The topping is deliciously toasty

Meanings of Tob:

abbreviation

(in biblical references) tobit (in the apocrypha).

Tobacco

təˈbæk.əʊ

Meanings of Tobacco:

noun

A preparation of the nicotine-rich leaves of an american plant, which are cured by a process of drying and fermentation for smoking or chewing.

Usage examples:

This can happen due to variety of reasons, the commonest being smoking or chewing tobacco.

Meanings of Tobacconist:

noun

A shopkeeper who sells cigarettes, tobacco, and other items used by smokers.

Usage examples:

What is the best way to stop tobacconists selling cigarettes to children?

Meanings of Tobacconists:

noun

A shopkeeper who sells cigarettes, tobacco, and other items used by smokers.

Usage examples:

What is the best way to stop tobacconists selling cigarettes to children?

Meanings of Tobaccos:

noun

A preparation of the nicotine-rich leaves of an american plant, which are cured by a process of drying and fermentation for smoking or chewing.

Usage examples:

This can happen due to variety of reasons, the commonest being smoking or chewing tobacco.

Meanings of Tobies:

noun

Another term for moorish idol.

Meanings of Toboggan:

noun

A long, light, narrow vehicle, typically on runners, used for sliding downhill over snow or ice.

Usage examples:

Then, my daughter slid off the toboggan head first into a snow bank, and when i pulled her out she …
verb

Slide downhill over snow on a toboggan.

Usage examples:

My kids love to go tobogganing in the park before christmas dinner

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