from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A stick used for mixing toddy or other drinks, and commonly tipped with a button, often roughened, for breaking loaf-sugar; a muddler.


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  • And he continued unfolding to Hamil his luncheon programme while, with a silver toddy-stick, heirloom from bibulous generations of

    The Firing Line

  • The bar was thronged with customers, the toddy-stick keeping a continual tattoo; while in the hall there was a broad, deep, buzzing sound, with an occasional peal of impatient thunder, -- all symptoms of all overflowing house and an eager audience.

    Passages from a Relinquised Work (From "Mosses from an Old Manse")


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