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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of tittup.


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  • His wigs were white as snow with starch powder and he tied them with naught save black velvet; his vacuous countenance was painted and patched; he wore embroidered velvet coats and lavish waistcoats; his heels were so high that he tittuped along with the aid of a clouded amber cane; and he exuded a perfume so strong it overpowered even the smell of rum.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Tchut in chapt 9 is correct tittuped in chapt 11 is correct accompt-book chapt 11 is correct offences is correct throughout the book

    The Path of the King

  • He was hoisted on his horse by an ostler and two local sots from the tap-room, his valise was strapped none too securely before him, and with a farewell, which was meant to be gracious but was only foolish, he tittuped into the rain.

    The Path of the King


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