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Also, of all the jolly stories told by the toastmaster, and of the fun he had had at some other entertainments.
President Lauman was toastmaster, and opened the banquet with an address of welcome to Senator Harrison.
As toastmaster, deliver the first after-dinner remarks drawing attention to the occasion and introducing some one to speak.
PUBLIC SPEAKINGCLARENCE STRATTON
He called on the president of a bank, who rose totteringly and undid the toastmaster's good offices by making too long a speech.
GLADIATORPHILIP WYLIE
The toastmaster, a New York executive who had graduated from Webster twenty years before, understood the temper of his charge.
GLADIATORPHILIP WYLIE
So intent was she that she hardly heard the toastmaster introducing her as the friend whom all delighted to honor.
However, there was no help for it, and the dinner had to be eaten without the presence of Ned, the toastmaster.
With their toastmaster thus restored to them, the baseball boys and their friends went merrily on with the dinner.
But the toastmaster rose very gravely and said: "What's the matter with Danny?"
THE TIPSTEREDWIN LEFEVRE
The toastmaster was wrong when he said that postal savings has nothing to do with investment bankers.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION