tony


tony

adjective \ˈtō-nē\

: very expensive and fashionable

ton·i·erton·i·est

Full Definition of TONY

:  marked by an aristocratic or high-toned manner or style <tony private schools>

Variants of TONY

tony also ton·ey \ˈtō-nē\

First Known Use of TONY

1877

Rhymes with TONY

To·ny

noun \ˈtō-nē\

: an award given every year in New York City for the best plays, actors, directors, etc., in the theater

plural Tonys

Full Definition of TONY

:  a medallion awarded annually by a professional organization for notable achievement in the theater

Origin of TONY

Tony, nickname of Antoinette Perry †1946 American actress & producer
First Known Use: 1947

Rhymes with TONY

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