Definition of Toffy

1. Noun. Caramelized sugar cooled in thin sheets.

Exact synonyms: Brittle, Toffee
Generic synonyms: Candy, Confect
Specialized synonyms: Peanut Brittle



Definition of Toffy

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of toffee) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Toffy

1. toffee [n -FIES] - See also: toffee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toffy

tofacitinib
tofall
tofenacin hydrochloride
toff
toffee
toffee-nosed
toffee apple
toffee apples
toffeelike
toffees
toffier
toffies
toffiest
toffish
toffs
toffy (current term)
tofore
toforehand
toforetime
tofrush
toft
toftman
toftmen
tofts
tofu
tofuburger
tofuburgers
tofurkey
tofurkies
tofurky

Literary usage of Toffy

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1. One-act Plays by Modern Authors by Helen Louise Cohen (1921)
"toffy, I've been thinking about my share in that ruby. ... You shall have it, toffy, you shall have it yourself, only say Sniggers has no share in this 'ere ..."

2. One-act Plays by Modern Authors by Helen Louise Cohen (1921)
"toffy, I've been thinking about my share in that ruby. ... You shall have it, toffy, you shall have it yourself, only say Sniggers has no share in this 'ere ..."

3. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1899)
"toffy hit with the kind of inspiration that comes now and then at polo, as if he could not miss, and the mare seemed to know his thoughts. ' Go on ! ..."

4. Plays of Gods and Men by Edward Plunkett Dunsany (1917)
"SNIGGERS. y toffy, I've been a thinking about my share in that ruby. ... You shall have it, toffy, you shall have it yourself, only say Sniggers has no ..."

5. Mathematical Questions and Solutions, from "The Educational Times", with edited by Constance I Marks (1901)
"At the same time he promises each a ball of toffy as high as the length of his bulrush . Find the value of the expectation of each nephew, given that the ..."

6. The English Catalogue of Books by Sampson Low (1891)
"Invertebrates and Plants, 12o, 6s 6d CI.IVK, Oct. Weaver'(Emily P.) Soldiers of Liberty, post Wells (R.) toffy and Sweets, How to make them, post Svo, ..."

7. Plays of Gods and Men (1917)
"toffy, I've been a thinking about my share in that ruby. ... You shall have it, toffy, you shall have it yourself, only say Sniggers has no share in this ..."

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