Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adj. rare or dialectal, Northern England, Scotland Empty.
- n. A piece of waste ground where rubbish is shot.
- v. rare or dialectal To empty.
- n. Vacant time, leisure.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Obs. or Prov. Eng. & Scot. Empty.
- v. Obs. or Prov.Eng. & Scot. To empty.
- From Middle English toom, tome, tom, from Old Norse tōm ("vacant time, leisure"), from Proto-Germanic *tōman (“vacant time, leisure”). Related to Old Norse tōmr ("vacant, empty"). (Wiktionary)
“Oh ok, so thats a lie, I first thought the feet looked like grandma had spent a little toom much time outside and now her nips were turning blue, but can you blame me?”
“We didn't they noticed that Obama's shirt look wringle adn the background has toom uch going on.”
“I have shown the working any criticisms are easily made the final interation is aonly a bit of fun really as the peeiod is toom long.”
“‘Are ye come light-handed, ye son of a toom whistle?’ said”
“* But that doesn't stop my belle-maman* from taking "un petit brin" * to her 'little neighbor' downstairs, a coo-toom* she took up several years ago, to add cheer to the lonely foyer of another forgotten heart.”
“I bought it at the big toom in Frankfurt, I think, but I had new-mommy brain, so I might be remembering incorrectly.”
“Alas – ai did nawt see teh wun at teh toom ov Hatshepsut.”
“Spent 10 hours organizing my home office and cleaning the dining toom for thanksgiving with my organizer friend I hired - while my husband ate at a great restaurant, played music at the biggest most fabulous club in SF and then went to the hardest to get in afterhours with full on VIP treatment, all of which is technically his job.”
“Was hanging around with another crowd but they're annoying me lol and at least there's a few familiar names here although you were over there toom chucklez.”
“Bai fur a whyle… mebbe Ai com bak tomo… toom .. dai affer todai.”
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Having the -oo- innit
Oh, that little smiling teacher tile in my Scrabble app. He teaches me so much.
fast flowing, rapid, confluent words
Write to left. Go ahead, experience the thrill of vicarious dyslexia!
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