Definition of 'toasty'
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It is nice that the thermostat has worked out when we wake up, and takes it upon itself to have the house toasty in good time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These should help keep your toes toasty. The Sun (2010)The house stays toasty warm thanks to hot pipes accessible through floor panels that open like croquet boxes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Yes, central heating is the easiest way of keeping toasty. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Purple reigns Cut a regal dash and keep toasty. The Sun (2012)It'll keep you toasty until you get into your stride. The Sun (2013)The hazelnut oil is optional, but its toasty flavour does work brilliantly with the cauliflower. Times, Sunday Times (2014)As fossil fuels become more scarce, there is little chance that keeping a home toasty will get any cheaper. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And the gas that comes out is piped to your mum's home to keep her toes toasty this winter. The Sun (2012)And if you get chilly on the way to work, slip them into your gloves for ten minutes for toasty warm paws. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She's the first of many stars who will abandon shivering Britain to stay toasty. The Sun (2014)Enjoy it now, or put it away for more weighty, toasty scents and flavours to emerge. Times, Sunday Times (2014)These fashion faux pas may sound toasty warm and indeed dilute the wind chill somewhat, but here's the thing. The Sun (2007)Red hand gang Keep 'em toasty! The Sun (2011)The North of England sits on a lump of rock which is full of enough methane to keep us warm and toasty for centuries. The Sun (2013)
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