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hot toddy

noun
1.
toddy (def 1).
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  • Moulder swallowed his glass of hot toddy fast, and then mixed another.

    Orley Farm

    Anthony Trollope
  • Dismal sipped his hot toddy, and looked sad and reproachful.

  • What say you, our dear Dean, to half-a-dozen tumblers of hot toddy?

  • Dear readers, do not tell Mart, but I think that he took a hot toddy after talking the hunt over and over.

    Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper Eldred Nathaniel Woodcock
  • He fixed upon brandy, and made a capacious tumbler of hot toddy.

  • He has had (though I speak only by guess) a rummer of hot toddy to celebrate the greatest of all Evenings.

    Plum Pudding

    Christopher Morley
  • Kent refused the hot toddy and would have persisted in talking at once if his host had permitted.

    Fair Harbor

    Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • The girl had gone back to her father and mixed him his 'night-cap' of hot toddy, as her custom was.

    A Young Man's Year Anthony Hope
  • Frosty mornings called for the comfort of hot toddy, wintry blasts for frothing egg-nog in the cup.

    The Bondboy

    George W. (George Washington) Ogden
  • 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.

    Ralph Wilton's weird Mrs. Alexander

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