Definition of Toniest

1. Adjective. (superlative of tony) ¹



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Definition of Toniest

1. tony [adj] - See also: tony

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toniest

tonicicty
tonicities
tonicity
tonicization
tonicizations
tonicize
tonicized
tonicizes
tonicizing
tonick
tonicks
tonicoclonic
tonics
tonier
tonies
toniest (current term)
tonight
tonights
tonin
toning
tonings
tonish
tonishly
tonite
tonites
tonitrophobia
tonitruate
tonitruated
tonitruates
tonitruating

Literary usage of Toniest

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1. Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain (2000)
"In the old times, the barkeeper owned the bar himself, “and was gay and smarty and talky and all jewelled up, and was the toniest aristocrat on the boat; ..."

2. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1903)
"In the old times, the barkeeper owned the bar himself, "and was gay and smarty and talky and all jewelled up, and was the toniest aristocrat on the boat; ..."

3. History of American Journalism by James Melvin Lee (1917)
"Jake was every inch a scholar and a gentleman, upright in all his dealings, unimpeachable in character, and ran the Front Street Saloon in the very toniest ..."

4. History of American Journalism by James Melvin Lee (1917)
"Jake was every inch a scholar and a gentleman, upright in all his dealings, unimpeachable in character, and ran the Front Street Saloon in the very toniest ..."

5. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White, Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart (1877)
"... by giving balls which, in the favoured language of the place, are described as ' quite the toniest things going.' But fortune had a grudge against Jack. ..."

6. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1877)
"... by giving balls which, in the favoured language of the place, are described as ' quite the toniest things going.' But fortune had a grudge against Jack. ..."

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