Did you maybe mean poodle?
“I thought it was "pootle," but maybe that's something else.”
“Suitably refreshed, you pootle down the street past Cotswold-stone cottages covered with climbing roses, and on into a narrow lane.”
“It drives his wife mad, he says, as we pootle through the suburbs of Nashville in his battered Toyota pickup a stick shift; they're much cheaper secondhand – she just wants him to go from A to B along the most direct roads.”
“Designs for elected mayors and elected police chiefs pootle along, but where there's money, there's grumbling.”
“And then I highly recommend that you pootle back through his archives, because he's chatted with some wonderful spec authors in this interview series.”
“It's not often you enter a stranger's home and pootle around alone and unwatched, but that's the effect Danielle Arnaud is after.”
“I didn't have to meet Catherine or Cam for hand-overs or meal times, so Georgia and I could pootle through the day at our own pace, going wherever the mood took us.”
“Bicycles was, and shall remain, a prince among topics, one that allowed us to explore issues of community, freedom and how pleasant it feels to pootle along at 10mph in suburban Surrey.”
“Do they make your heart sing in the way, say, Brazil '82 did, as they pootle the ball about expertly?”
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