milktoast


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milktoast

(ˈmɪlkˌtəʊst)
n
a variant spelling of milquetoast
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But beneath that milktoast headline were updated reports of labor shortages and price increases in most sectors and regions, noting "moderate inflation." That certain gives the Fed more ammunition for a March rate hike followed by 2-3 others, if the story remains the same over 2018.
And it was real icing, too, not this Milktoast hoarfrost clouds make today), let me say I'm not pining for NDB approaches on the face of an advancing cold front.
The state DMV never questioned my ability to drive once I passed an initial "milktoast" back-roads driving test when I first moved to California in 1990.