toastmaster[ tohst-mas-ter, -mah-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF toastmaster
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But it was Ned they wanted, because he was to be toastmaster.
He consented, and I arranged the matter with the toastmaster.
Sid Henderson will be toastmaster, on account of his great work.
But, believe me, Mr. Toastmaster, I deeply appreciate your effort.
And speakers should cooperate with the toastmaster and with each other to that end.
James had just returned from a class banquet where he had been the toastmaster.
It was presided over by the veteran author and publisher, Henry Holt, who nominated Mr. Carnegie as toastmaster.
We have with us this evening—that's the way the toastmaster usually starts in, isn't it?
We were about to begin dinner when the toastmaster said: "Just a minute; there ought to be a little ceremony."
In the meantime, the toastmaster pushed about the bottle, and a more noisy or regardless company could hardly be.