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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tootle.


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  • My favorite part is the end of the letter, "tootles".

    Killer Friday the 13th Creations

  • Bozo The Neoclown says: meet your number 10, cancervatard guy. tootles!

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  • "City's [You're All Winners To Us XI] gave a battling performance against a Manchester United side packed with ... almost £50m worth of talent," tootles the club's website this afternoon following last night's 3-1 defeat to Manchester United's Reserve Militia, yet a cursory look down the team-sheets showed the visitors hadn't even bothered to field their most talked-about summer signing.

    Watching EastEnders, and The Elite Squad

  • It tootles along amiably, but, as ever, Allen is coasting.

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  • The next time Staddon tootles round the U.K., he should keep an eye out for cars full of kids recklessly swerving from lane to lane as if in a video game.

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  • But no — he has also put out a four-disc DVD in which he tootles around Venice expostulating on the very things that this shallow culture produced: art, architecture, music and theater.

    A Grumpy Ride Along the Canals

  • And I was all, "So help me God, Mikey, if your Gangrel tootles through court in a flying car, then I reserve the right to give my Toreador a ray gun that shoots radioactive, flesh-eating glitter."

    After Sundown

  • Awesome red and yellow wagons rolled off the flatbeds and trucks and horses pulled the winding extravaganzas through town in a clink-clunk parade of wallyoops and tootles that made my heart wang and bump and my fast feet dance inside themselves.

    Excerpt from House in the Attic

  • He tootles around the sidewalks in an electric wheelchair, accompanied by his ever-present companion, Cowboy.


  • And the suspense is enhanced by the physical limitations of the two protagonists -- Elvis must pursue the beast while leaning on an aluminum walker, and the octogenarian JFK tootles around in a wheel chair.

    play it again, Sam


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  • One of Peter Pan's lost boys.

    August 9, 2009