456-457 (Trygaeus and Hermes are speaking, tr. Jeffrey Henderson):
(TR.) Here's to Hermes; to the Graces; to the Seasons; to Aphrodite; to Desire.
(HE.) But not to Ares! (TR.) No. (HE.) Nor to Enyalius!
(ΤΡ.) Ἑρμῇ, Χάρισιν, Ὥραισιν, Ἀφροδίτῃ, Πόθῳ.
(ἙΡ.) Ἄρει δὲ μή. (ΤΡ.) μή. (ἙΡ.) μηδ᾽ Ἐνυαλίῳ γε.
Some assign Hermes' words to the chorus. Henderson has the stage direction "toasting," although S. Douglas Olson in his commentary says "sc. εὐχόμεθα
" (i.e. we pray). It works as a toast, though, and if you're ever called on to make a toast, it's hard to improve on line 456.