Definitions

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  • adjective superlative form of tony: most tony.

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Examples

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

  • With his single eyeglass, supercilious manner and the "toniest" British accent imaginable, he criticized all he surveyed in the United States, including what he called "the hideous names ending in - ville, the Briggsvilles, Higginsvilles, Jacksonvilles."

    The Daily News - News

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