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  • n. Plural form of toddy.


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  • The Colonel drank numerous "toddies" during the course of the day, which left him, however, imperturbed.

    The Awakening

  • Edna was glad to be rid of her father when he finally took himself off with his wedding garments and his bridal gifts, with his padded shoulders, his Bible reading, his "toddies" and ponderous oaths.

    The Awakening

  • When I have a sore throat, I can go online and describe my symptoms, and strangers from across the globe or the part of the globe that follows me on Twitter, at any rate can suggest that I drink blueberry syrup and hot toddies!

    No more Sputnik moments for the millennial generation

  • And when, in the middle of the cruise, Toddy was called back to San Francisco on business, Cloudesley and I saw to it that the Korean boy mixed toddies regularly for us according to formula.

    Chapter 29

  • Toddy was so nicknamed because of his diabolical cleverness in concocting toddies.

    Chapter 29

  • And I haven't drunk hot toddies since, and that was many a year ago.

    Chapter 29

  • What about kicking out some Journalists in the UK who Brown Nose the Royal Family and such like, they are not Journalists, just toddies

    Press freedom: Retreat from Moscow | Editorial

  • I think of riding out the February "Snowpocalypse" in D.C., drinking hot toddies with friends and learning how long cheese in the refrigerator can really last.

    Emily K. Schwartz: Creating a Little Magic This New Year

  • With a seating area as small as the rolls are huge, it practically coerces you into taking your meal outside to enjoy the increasingly crisp evening, which got just cool enough to justify hot toddies at home for dessert.

    Last Night « PubliCola

  • Kilohana, took me off my horse, in his arms, and carried me in, and routed the women from their beds to undress me and lomi me, while he plied me with hot toddies and drugged me to sleep and forgetfulness.



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