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


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  • "The way we're bowling, especially Jimmy Anderson and Steven Finn up at Trent Bridge, we won't mind who we're bowling at," tootled Swann in response to Pakistan's confirmation that they expect Mohammad Yousuf to play in the second Test at Edgbaston.

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  • "For the last six years, I have been struggling with [hernia-ouch]," he tootled.

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  • I snipped toward D's Julius Caesar look while they gabbed about people, houses, furniture, more furniture, and then she tootled off in her little Mercedes to sell more real estate.

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  • OK, I thought, as my mate happily bought one and tootled a recogniseable tune instantly.

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  • Me, I just put the car in lowest gear and tootled along enjoying the Cornish countryside!

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  • She “tootled” downstairs to the ER, where they put nifedipine capsules under her tongue to bring down the pressure; she was nauseous and vomiting.

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  • These were the famous savages of Tartary, watching, waiting - and God knew how many of them there might be, in great hordes advancing on our pathetic little army, as it tootled along with its gay colours by the sea.

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  • During a pub crawl with Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel, he tootled two numbers on a borrowed sax while Havel banged a spoon on the table.

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  • In short, together we tootled over to the new Rave theater in East Ridge, where we caught a 4: 40 showing of BloodRayne.

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  • So we left the restaurant, ran back to the hotel room to bundle up, and then tootled out to the concert.

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