Origin of toaster1
- a person who proposes or joins in a toast to someone or something.
Origin of toaster2
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Hot this week: “A toaster takes a stand against inappropriate peeping!”
This is Toaster Rights, not Cool Stuff That Has to Do With Toaster.
A product (a toaster or a smart phone) reveals itself immediately.Constructive Criticism: Reviewing the Idea of Reviewing
May 20, 2013
Sous-vide machine, vacuum sealer, stand mixer, Thermomix (used to be a food processor), toaster oven, and stick blender.
The toaster oven is great--convenient, fast, and keeps my kitchen from going to 800 degrees in the summer.
A rack may be improvised from a broiler, a toaster or a cake rack.
Hogstaff had followed all the way, and so had Mrs. Toaster, to plead for them.Cradock Nowell, Vol. 1 (of 3)
Richard Doddridge Blackmore
With the other he felt for the toaster the pilot still held.Accidental Flight
Floyd L. Wallace
Mary Frances took the hint, and turned Toaster carefully over.
"If it hadn't been for Toaster, it couldn't have been made," said Mary Frances.
- a device for toasting bread, usually electric, and often equipped with an automatic timer
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Word Origin and History for toaster
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