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toasty

Syllabification: toast·y
Pronunciation: /ˈtōstē
 
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Definition of toasty in English:

adjective

1Of or resembling toast.
Example sentences
  • I finally panicked one more time as I was sprinkling the caramelized, toasty brown, cooling almonds with sugar and I accidentally dumped more on than I intended.
  • It envelopes all within its toasty flaky crust.
  • Some people spend time in the sun and end up toasty brown.
1.1Comfortably warm: a roaring fire may make a home seem toasty
More example sentences
  • Although I am still warm and toasty within the confines of my sleeping bag, I am very aware of the fact that I will soon have to expose my partially naked body to the cold, stale air of the tent.
  • They were little tin-foil squares that you snapped in half like a glow-stick, and they'd get all warm and toasty.
  • Nothing beats the toasty comfort of a flickering blaze in the hearth while Old Man Winter rages just beyond the walls.

Words that rhyme with toasty

postie, toastie

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