toad in a hole—meat or sausages baked in paste:
- It looks more like fish-in-a-pond than toad-in-a-hole: you forgot to turn the oven on.
toad in the hole—
1. = toad in a hole:
- To serve, cut the toad in the hole into sections with one or two sausages in each.
2. a game in which lead discs are thrown at holes in a wooden structure:
- Toad-in-the-hole probably originated in Tudor times. Since then, it has been played in many parts of the world.
3. a form of hide-and-seek:
- The children got tired playing toad in the hole in the deep weeds.