Moulder swallowed his glass of hot toddy fast, and then mixed another.
What say you, our dear Dean, to half-a-dozen tumblers of hot toddy?
It was necessary for him to inspect the guard after midnight, and, fearful of the influenza, he sought prevention in hot toddy.
Dear readers, do not tell Mart, but I think that he took a hot toddy after talking the hunt over and over.
Come wi' me, missee, and I'll see till ye; and you'd be the better of a drop of hot toddy yerse'f, colonel.
He fixed upon brandy, and made a capacious tumbler of hot toddy.
Frosty mornings called for the comfort of hot toddy, wintry blasts for frothing egg-nog in the cup.
He has had (though I speak only by guess) a rummer of hot toddy to celebrate the greatest of all Evenings.
Kent refused the hot toddy and would have persisted in talking at once if his host had permitted.
The girl had gone back to her father and mixed him his 'night-cap' of hot toddy, as her custom was.