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a small stand consisting of a usually oblong base with a number of open-sided partitions between which pieces of toast may be stood upright
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Words nearby toast rack
toaster, toaster oven, toasting fork, toastmaster, toastmistress, toast rack, toasty, to a T, Tob., tobacco, tobacco beetle
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How to use toast rack in a sentence
"You wait," replied Hilton Toye, taking the menu gingerly by the edge, and putting it out of harm's way in the empty toast-rack.The Thousandth Woman|Ernest W. Hornung
Against the right wall is a buffet on which is set a tea-caddy, toast-rack, and tea kettle.Miss Civilization|Richard Harding Davis
Dry toast should be thin and crisp; to keep it so, set it on its edge in the toast-rack, directly it is made.Mrs. Hale's Receipts for the Million|Sarah Josepha Hale
Mr. Rattar had stretched out his hand towards the toast rack while he spoke.Simon|J. Storer Clouston
In a second of time I see the broken egg-shell on the plate, the carelessly folded napkins, a half-empty toast-rack.'Green Balls'|Paul Bewsher