Word Origin and History for toussaint
French, literally "feast of All Saints" (Nov. 1), from tous, plural of tout "all" + saint "saint."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for toussaint
Toussaint: If everyone could see the other takes of that scene, it would be a very interesting exercise for an audience.
Toussaint: Every scene, every take, was not just slightly different—some of them were extraordinarily different.
“When I read the script, I saw a very complete, very complex, and very flawed woman,” said Toussaint.
Toussaint forged a tight bond with her co-star Potts while filming Any Day Now and remains close to the actress today.
“I had this idea that some things would have happened for me sooner in my career,” said Toussaint.
In this wise Madame Toussaint rattled on for a full half hour.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
All appeared to be happy, and regarded Toussaint as their guardian angel.
If the former, then Toussaint and his men had no right to retreat thither.William Pitt and the Great War
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Of this conflagration, Toussaint had been a witness from the heights of Gros Morne.
Toussaint had no intention that they should be any hindrance.