Definition of toasty
1 : pleasantly or comfortably warm felt snug and toasty by the fire
2 : suggestive of toast especially in flavor
Examples of toasty in a Sentence
The room was nice and toasty.
I'm nice and toasty in front of the fire.
Recent Examples of toasty from the Web
As a bonus, stovetop dinners mean there's no need to turn on my oven and heat up my house when on toasty summer nights.
Head just west of Broad on Washington to Nam Son, at 16th Street, where the banh mi are built on toasty house-baked rolls.
Good South African chenin blancs can offer floral, citrusy and honey-kissed notes; apple, pear, apricot and tropical fruits; and nutty and toasty expressions when the wine has been fermented in oak barrels.
In 2024, the 1,350-pound spacecraft is expected to fly within 3.7 million miles of the solar surface, heating up to a toasty 2,600 degrees Fahrenheit.
The surface is a toasty 6,000 degrees Kelvin (more than 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit), but the temperature of the corona averages 1 million degrees Kelvin (1.8 million degrees Fahrenheit).
This course arrives in a custom-made, conical plate that looks like an inverted tagine and keeps its concepts toasty warm to the last spoonful.
TRAPPIST-1’s planets likely do the same, meaning that one of their hemispheres is kept relatively toasty while the other is perpetually facing into the cold cosmic night.
The pub offers toasty fireplaces and a snug bar, perfect settings for a beer and some miraculously crisp eggplant fries ($10).
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First Known Use of toasty
TOASTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of toasty for English Language Learners
: comfortably warm
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Definition of toasty for Students
: comfortably warm
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