- n. alternative spelling of Timbuktu.
“He, and all Republicans, can move to Timbuktoo for all I care ......”
“Harrison Bergeron was also part of "Between Time & Timbuktoo" in 1972.”
“He bought his land (for a dollar an acre) from a wealthy abolitionist named Gerrit Smith who had established a land grant program for free blacks in hopes of establishing a black community in the Adirondacks called Timbuktoo.”
“You are a cassowary on the plains of Timbuktoo and I claim my five pounds.”
“I'd consider it a personal favor if you'd take out all the big words, like Constantinople and Timbuktoo, so I could read it too.”
“I can promise you that the words Constantinople or Byzantium and Timbuktoo are not in it.”
“Pretty things and not those huge, hollow, cardboard things from Timbuktoo that you see most of the year.”
“I don't think there is a person alive who hasn't had strawberries from Timbuktoo.”
“Crazy Jake followed Timbuktoo into the no-man's land of the old railyard with a mixture of hope and disbelief.”
“Imagine, a thousand years ago, setting out for Mecca from Timbuktoo, how perilous might be the journey in terms of the Sahara - broiling heat by day, bitter cold by night, shortages of food and water, sandstorms, brigandage and banditry, disease and death the constant stalkers of the caravan.”
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