- n. Plural form of toastmaster.
“Then he told me that he was learning to add humour to his talks and was going weekly to toastmasters to practice his timing.”
“August 30, 2007 at 2: 46 am | Reply dammn man … I was in my shell too. toastmasters really did help! other wise i love your site and would love to help you for freee.”
“It didn't bother me, but since I was in toastmasters for a few years, I noticed it.”
“A world unfolds to us, of toastmasters and nightcaps, and priests as good at pleasing as the businessmen they preach to.”
“Google toastmasters RT @LadyDutchess: I wonder if there are classes on "the art of storytelling" or "small talk" if so I would attend both ReginaDenise”
“For more information, please e-mail guests@carleton. freetoasthost.info or visit www. carletontm.ca (Carleton Club), www. tm61.org (District 61) or www. toastmasters.org (Toastmasters International).”
“For information about local Toastmasters clubs, please visit www. toastmasters.org.”
“Call Sarah Randall, (317) 213-3245, or visit www. toastmasters.org.”
“Before toastmasters, I was involved in Public speaking, as what? ... can anyone guess? .....”
“Call Brian May, (317) 845-0863, or visit www. toastmasters.org.”
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