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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TODDY

His "toddy" splashed the back log, causing a tremendous sizzle.

As Devore jumped up he overturned the major's toddy right in the major's lap.

She had a good fire in the grate and made her father a toddy.

The supper had been good, the tobacco was good, and the toddy was good.

Yes, the Major would take some toddy before he started for home.

Pye mixed the toddy, and we smoked more or less at our ease.

Colonel Clark gave him some, and Tom,—his tongue loosed by the toddy,—others.

Clark was close-lipped once, not given to levity and—to toddy.

Colonel Clark roared with laughter, thereby spilling some of his toddy.

As soon as the water boiled, she proceeded to make some toddy in a wooden bowl.

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