Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of pootle.

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Examples

  • Santorum, meanwhile, pootled over on a King Air propeller that didn't land until dusk.

    Republican candidates target New Hampshire – Thursday 6 January

  • So we hired a car, pootled off to the Mani peninsula and the 10 major historical sites within a few miles, watched storks in the nearby bird reserve, swam on lonely beaches and came back every night to gorge on five-star foods.

    Grand ambitions: ecoluxury in Greece

  • I love going into this branch in particular because, back in 1972, one of my best and most elegant of school friends went to work in this very building as a trainee buyer when it was Simpsons the department store, while I pootled off in my K Skip Rosamund shoes and a lot of starch down to my ankles to be a student nurse in the slightly less grand environs (then) of Bloomsbury.

    52 entries from February 2007

  • I love going into this branch in particular because, back in 1972, one of my best and most elegant of school friends went to work in this very building as a trainee buyer when it was Simpsons the department store, while I pootled off in my K Skip Rosamund shoes and a lot of starch down to my ankles to be a student nurse in the slightly less grand environs (then) of Bloomsbury.

    Sunday Confessions on Tuesday

  • I love going into this branch in particular because, back in 1972, one of my best and most elegant of school friends went to work in this very building as a trainee buyer when it was Simpsons the department store, while I pootled off in my K Skip Rosamund shoes and a lot of starch down to my ankles to be a student nurse in the slightly less grand environs (then) of Bloomsbury.

    Sunday Confessions on Tuesday

  • Someone shouted from the bower and one of the brides pootled off in that general direction.

    Shanghai Surprise 2000 Part 2 – Brides in bowers, brides on beaches – and finally we do a SHOW… « Ken Wilson's Blog

  • Have pootled over to Wikipedia to correct my woeful ignorance of popular literature, I'm still none the wiser.

    Come Fly with me

  • We pootled along at about fifty; the road was tarmac but potholed and pretty twisty – nice bends, mind you, not really tight stuff – and Eve was picking her line, watching the vanishing points and really getting into the riding.

    Long Way Down

  • We pootled along at about fifty; the road was tarmac but potholed and pretty twisty – nice bends, mind you, not really tight stuff – and Eve was picking her line, watching the vanishing points and really getting into the riding.

    Long Way Down

  • We pootled along at about fifty; the road was tarmac but potholed and pretty twisty – nice bends, mind you, not really tight stuff – and Eve was picking her line, watching the vanishing points and really getting into the riding.

    Long Way Down

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