EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOASTED
(b) Tell why cereals that have been toasted are said to be predigested.
Have ready some toasted bread cut into small squares or dice.
Season with pepper and salt to taste, and serve with fried or toasted bread.
Serve them on toasted bread, with some nice gravy in a sauceboat.
Stew them gently for ten minutes, or a quarter of an hour, and serve them up with a garnish of sippets, of fried or toasted bread.
If vegetables are not approved, they may be taken out of the soup, and a small roll be toasted, or bread fried and added.
Morrow remarked thoughtfully, as he toasted his back near the stove.
I'm sure I've heard her toasted often enough at cafs and restaurants.'
We toasted the longevity of "Wyndygoul" and the continued success of its builder.
When four on their feet had toasted the two sitting, Randal spoke seriously.
"to brown with heat," late 14c., from Old French toster "to toast or grill" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *tostare (source of Italian tostare, Spanish tostar), frequentative of Latin torrere (past participle tostus) "to parch" (see terrain). Related: Toasted; toasting.