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  • Gin the clergy o 'thae times warna a gey hantle mair enlichtened nor a fowth o' the clergy hereabouts, he wad hae heard a heap aboot the glory o 'God, as the thing' at God himsel 'was maist anxious aboot uphaudin', jist like a prood creater o 'a king; an' that he wad mak 'men, an' feed them, an 'cleed them, an' gie them braw wives an 'toddlin' bairnies, an 'syne damn them, a' for's ain glory.

    David Elginbrod

  • I don't know quite what that last one means (what's "toddlin"?


  • I decided to take a whirlwind three-day tour of the toddlin' town.

    Here's to Chicago, That Tipplin' Town

  • As the ball went just over the glove of a leaping Taveras in left-center, Crede strolled around the bases, and Chicago was truly a toddlin 'town. - Scores

  • Th 'expectant wee-things, toddlin' stacher [320-6] thro '

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8

  • "Say, Walter, it beats the band and the good stuff some of them guys had in their think-tanks, and it fits in, a lot of it, like they were toddlin 'around Toronto to-day."

    William Adolphus Turnpike

  • Th 'expectant wee-things, toddlin, stacher* through

    English Literature for Boys and Girls

  • There wasn't an inhabitant to be seen, except one man peepin 'up from a cellar gratin', an 'one woman runnin' after a toddlin 'kid that' ad strayed out.

    Between the Lines

  • Th’ expectant wee-things, toddlin, stacher through

    The Cotter’s Saturday Night

  • But there is one time each day when he's always ready to quit any kind of fun and come toddlin 'with his hands stretched out and a wide grin on his chubby little face.

    Torchy As A Pa


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