noun Chiefly British Informal.
- toscanini, arturo,
- toss off,
- toss one's cookies,
- toss up,
Origin of tosh1
verb (used with object)
Origin of tosh2
Examples from the Web for tosh
Farkas has a similar story about when Tosh.0 featured TrekkieDating.com on its blog.‘Star Trek’ Dating Websites Cater to Trekkies Looking for Love|Kevin Fallon|May 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Media critic Jennifer L. Pozner talks to nine comedians about C.K., Tosh, and whether feminism and comedy are natural combatants.Louis C.K. on Daniel Tosh’s Rape Joke: Are Comedy and Feminism Enemies?|Jennifer L. Pozner|July 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Tosh is a prime example of why this matters, because he was facing an uphill credibility battle anyway.
Tosh, of course, is merely the latest in a long line of celebrity Twit-pologists.
Think twice, John Spens,” gasped Tosh, “afore you pray for rain this nicht.The Little Minister|J. M. Barrie
How tiresome is the tosh written in the papers and spoken in Parliament about the war!War Letters of a Public-School Boy|Paul Jones.
The war's produced a little fine poetry, among a sea of tosh—a thing here and there; but mostly—oh, good Lord!Non-combatants and Others|Rose Macaulay
I don't mean any tosh about love's young dream; but I do like being friends.The Skin Game (Fourth Series Plays)|John Galsworthy
I saw him during the dinner-hour in hot controversy with Green and Tosh, who were evidently saying that he had deceived them.A Holiday in Bed and Other Sketches|J. M. Barrie
Word Origin for tosh
"neat, clean, trim," 1776, Scottish, of unknown origin.
"valuables collected from drains," 1852, London slang, of unknown origin.