toast


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No hearer, not even Bartle Massey, was so delighted with this toast as Mr.
They were afraid of the noise of the toasts, but it would be a shame for them not to see you at table.
It was a horrible sight, coming so swiftly upon the pride and glory of the toast that had brought the strayed wits together.
It is not good that a gentleman who can answer to the Queen's toast should lie at the feet of a subaltern of Cossacks.
There will be many toasts, it's time to begin," he whispered, and taking up his glass, he rose.
Butter the toast, Maudie, and put that little cover over it.
This is the way we inculcate strength of mind, Mr Nickleby,' said the schoolmaster, turning to Nicholas, and speaking with his mouth very full of beef and toast.
He sees that they know what he is going to say already" (loud cheers), "and so won't keep them, but only ask them to treat the toast as it deserves.
Let's have a beauty for our toast and empty our glasses to the last drop.
After which the yeomen gave three cheers for the Queen and three more for her page, and drank toasts to them both, rising to their feet.
Numerous toasts were offered and quaffed, in the wines of France, to the celebrated travellers who had made their names illustrious by their explorations of African territory.
Thou may'st remember each bright Churchill of the galaxy, and all the toasts of the Kit-cat.