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  • v. Present participle of tittup.


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  • The ‘tittupping’ voice pursued him entering the tube lift.

    The White Monkey

  • He was tittupping up and down on his little feet in front of them.

    The Years

  • A tittupping scratchy little walker meant a nervous scratchy little galloper.


  • To his credit be it said, Jack paid little attention to them, tittupping along, head up, tail up, only when they came too close turning on them with a flash of white teeth that sent the cowardly brutes flying and brought cries of delight from the village folk who crowded nearer to inspect the strange dog, so small, so brave, and so friendly.

    A Wayfarer in China Impressions of a trip across West China and Mongolia

  • Ahead of him Sulla could see Gaius Julius Caesar’s women tittupping along on the high cork soles and higher cork heels of their winter shoes, sweet little feet elevated above the water in the middens.

    The First Man in Rome


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