n.) Bread dried and browned before a fire, usually in slices;
v. t.) to drink to the health, or in honor,
v. t.) To warm thoroughly;
v. t.) To dry and brown by the heat of a fire; as, to toast bread.
I like brown toast in the morning.
I like coffee and toast for breakfast.
She spread honey thickly on her toast.
We toasted the success of the new company.
He toasted his cold hands at the fireplace.
The bread toasted for 5 minutes.
You’ll be as warm as toast in that sleeping bag.
Everyone raised their glasses to toast the bride.
Let’s all toast the bride and bridegroom.
I always have coffee and toast for breakfast.
They may take a toasted sandwich to eat outside.
I love french toast sprinkled with cinnamon sugar.
Do you want butter or margarine on your toast?
She had toast and tea this morning.
These types of bread are often eaten for breakfast toasted and buttered.
He swallowed a piece of toast because he was starving.
I ate a modest breakfast of toast, coffee, and one egg.
I phoned down for some eggs, toast and a quart of coffee.
Lavalais raised his glass to propose a toast to the newlyweds.
He drank his orange juice and crunched a half burnt piece of toast.
Toast the bread, rub with garlic and drizzle over a little olive oil.
The bread is then toasted over hot embers until it is crusty.
The fragrant smell of well toasted bread.
Can I have a toasted sandwich, please?
She toasted slices of bread for refreshments.
He folded the lightly toasted slice, ready at last to eat.
They toasted the birth of their new baby.