Noun(1) a mixed drink made of liquor and water with sugar and spices and served hot
(1) He called me over and passed me a small bottle of toddy - the fermented and alcoholic sap - to taste.(2) a hot toddy(3) they drank even more toddy(4) Men engage in open sea and lagoon fishing from canoes as well as the gathering of coconuts and palm toddy and the more strenuous forms of cultivation.(5) The local brew, raa, is a sweet toddy made from the crown of the coconut palm.(6) The latest technology transfer under process is the process of making sweet palm toddy or neera.(7) Many bars serve it all year round, though admittedly drinkers' thoughts generally turn to hot toddies and the spicy fragrance of such wines only after the turning back of the clocks and the arrival of the first frosts.(8) I dissolved some aspirin, swigged it, and then sat back to enjoy the first of several hot rum toddies , sipping gratefully, huddled by the big radiator in the kitchen.(9) You have to navigate through minefields of homemade fudge, baked hams, office peanut brittle, holiday eggnog, hot toddies , smoked cheese logs and platoons of armed and dangerous gingerbread men.(10) Well, I still have a cough, though it's much diminished, yielding ground day by day to a steady trickle of hot rum toddies served steaming at appropriate times.(11) Rudolph must have had a few hot toddies and led the sleigh astray.(12) But the elements didn't deter a huge attendance on New Year's Day - the biggest since the Millenium - when hot toddies were high on the agenda, along with the serious business of picking winners.(13) Whether your taste runs to nogs, grogs, toddies or tonics, there's a potent potable to warm body and spirit.(14) After skiing, warm up with hot toddies in the log lodge, cozy with its Persian rugs, overstuffed chairs, slope-facing windows, and 175-ton stone fireplace.(15) Bemused onlookers were even more surprised when they saw central bankers dishing out free champagne and hot toddies to their shivering customers.(16) When Marlowe needed to crack the code of an encrypted address book in The Big Sleep, he cracks open a bottle of whiskey and fixes up some hot toddies .
(1) hot toddy :: toddy poeth
1. hot toddy ::
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