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toasted

adjective as in heated

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Meredith will host a company-wide toast on Zoom next month to celebrate the achievements across various departments, a company spokesperson said.

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A toaster only toasts, so technically it’s a single-use gadget.

I’ve used them to roast vegetables, make stuffing, toast nuts and more.

I bake them slowly until they’re fragrant and golden, perfuming my apartment with the comforting scent of toast.

I thought we could really use one big, collective drink, maybe a toast to human connection, in real life.

He orders a toasted bagel and asks to charge it to a room he is certainly not staying in.

A shot of the Moutai brand delightfully produced a toasted hazelnut flavor cloud in my mouth.

Our own children, at their most rebellious age, believe in the first two things we toasted.

Skinnier hawkers stealthily circulate cooking queijo cualho (toasted cheese on a stick) in makeshift tin kettles.

House Republicans propose using tons of highly nutritional toasted wheat to replace food-stamp program in new Farm Bill.

Over this we toasted bits of meat on the end of a splinter, and presently our hunger was appeased.

But it was to be noticed that Scattergood toasted his bare toes a great deal during the ensuing days.

Beside her lay a clean bit of bark containing a broiled deer-steak, toasted bread, and a cup of tea.

We sat up as long as we pleased and toasted our feet, and in zero weather even wrapped up a hot brick to take to our chilly beds.

One, two, or three slices of bread toasted dark brown, but not burned.

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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to toasted, such as: boiling, fiery, hot, baked, baking, and broiled.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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