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How Do You Spell TOKAY?

Correct spelling for the English word "tokay" is [t_ˈɒ_k_eɪ], [tˈɒke͡ɪ], [tˈɒke‍ɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of TOKAY

  1. variety of wine grape originally grown in Hungary; the protoof vinifera grapes

Common Misspellings for TOKAY

Below is the list of 225 misspellings for the word "tokay".

Usage Examples for TOKAY

  1. The opera was closed for the summer, and Keiser's celebrated winter concerts, at which the wealthy society of Hamburg listened to the most famous singers and regaled themselves with tokay, had not yet begun; but there was no lack of social distractions, in which music no doubt played its part. - "Handel" by Edward J. Dent
  2. When, therefore, your intimacy is courted by those whose intimacy is an honour, and that, too, with an art, which conceals its purpose, you often find that you have, and are a devoted friend, really before you have felt sufficient gratitude for the opera- box which has been so often lent, the carriage which has been ever at hand, the brother who has received such civilities, or the father who has been requested to accept some of the unattainable tokay which he has charmed you by admiring at your own table. - "The Young Duke" by Benjamin Disraeli
  3. Flora Montolieu, in her innocence, made herself look her prettiest for her mother's old friend, and Flora Montolieu was conveniently ready, looking her prettiest, for her chaperone's pet- eligible, when Goodwood- who hated to dine anywhere in London except at the clubs, the Castle, or the Guards' mess, and was as difficult to get for your dinners as birds'- nests soup or Tokay pur- entered the Marabout drawing- rooms. - "Cecil Castlemaine's Gage, Lady Marabout's Troubles, and Other Stories" by Ouida
  4. The Tsar's august colleagues entered fully into the sporting spirit in which he had made his proposal, and a verbal agreement to suspend all hostilities till his return was ratified in a glass of His Majesty of Austria's Imperial Tokay. - "The World Peril of 1910" by George Griffith
  5. A bottle is worth something not because it may have once contained the choicest Tokay, but because it's now full of brandy! - "The Comedienne" by Wladyslaw Reymont
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