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- v. Present participle of tottle.
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They were great for tottling around malibu so to speak, or ok around a neighborhood, however they ran out of juice in traffic commutes on freeways.
Inspired by the divine instinct of motherhood, the girl that can only creep to her mother's knees will caress a doll, that her tottling brother looks coldly upon.
Thither the inhabitants of the town were hastening, all arrayed in their best attire; mothers leading their tottling little ones, and young people supporting their aged parents, whom no consideration short of absolute necessity could detain from the public duties of the day.
Swindle: And other talk in order to buffet tottling little personal castles of insecurity.
Then there are _heaps_, as we Southerners say, of droll little children running about, some of them quite nicely dressed, with no servant to take care of them; and yesterday, on the rocks that look out upon the ocean, I met a little boy who could scarcely walk tottling along beside one but little older, as independent and happy as if he might not at any time fall and hit his little white head against one of the sharp stones.
"Whether I'm shooting off to Montreal to see my family or tottling over to London to perform my opera (Prima Donna) or something like that, New York is right in the middle of it all.