toby

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Noun[edit]

toby (plural tobies)

  1. A drinking mug, in the shape of a human head with a hat atop.
  2. (UK, New Zealand) The valve that mediates the connection between a mains water-supply and a premises's own plumbing.
  3. The road or highway
    • 1931, Eric Blair (the real name of George Orwell), "Hop-picking" in The New Statesman of 17th October 1931.
      It is no wonder that itinerant agricultural workers travel on the toby and sleep in casual wards between jobs.

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