to·sto·nes (tō-stōnĕs, -nāz)
[American Spanish, pl. of tostón, fried slice of plantain, from Spanish, something toasted, crouton, from tostar, to toast, from Old Spanish, from Vulgar Latin tostāre; see TOAST.]
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