Definition of loyal toast in English:

loyal toast

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A toast proposed and drunk to the sovereign of one’s country.
More example sentences
  • An excellent repast, provided by host Wemyss, was served, and at its conclusion, the loyal toast, proposed from the chair, was honoured.
  • Grace was said by Canon Christopher Brown and the loyal toast proposed by Robert Foubister, president of the Trowbridge Lions Club.
  • Sir Gordon Linacre, President of Yorkshire Post Newspapers, proposed the loyal toast.

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