200 examples of tooted in sentences
I toot in imitation, but higher up as if I were a younger sort of steamboat.
When Annie came on her quest for dust, you tooted once upon your nose, just to show that a remnant of your infirmity persisted, then put your golden convalescence on the making of your curtain.
How in the name of heaven we ever got half the things on the cars is more than I know, but it seems as though the circus company had a man to look after everything, and he had men under him to look after his regular share of things, so when the cars were loaded, and the boss clapped his hands, and the engineer tooted his whistle, there wasn't a tent stake or a rope, or a board seat, or anything left behind.
The friendly dark shut in around her and somewhere in the distance a train whistle tooted shrilly.
They waved their colors, swung their rattles, and tooted their horns for fully five minutes, while the silence among the Brill contingent was so thick it could be "cut with a knife," as Sam afterward expressed it.
She jumped from her seat, even though the first Sullivan tooted a throaty whistle and the second rattled his brake machinery in warning.
A delightful morning was spent in adapting the faded finery of the past to the blooming beauty of the present, and time and tongues flew till the toot of a horn called them down to dinner.
" "I tooted my own horn, like a tenderfoot.
"If you two ain't willing to take turn about with the widow and love her off and on between you I'll be everlastingly hell-tooted if I'm going to stand for a whole one by myself all of the time!
To be sure, I do toot on the tin whistle now and then, sir, such things as 'The British Grenadiers,' and the 'Girl I left behind me,' for my shipmate, and 'The Bay o' Biscay,' and 'A Life on the Ocean Wave,' for myself,but a musician, Lord!
I tooted and drove off.
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Its horn tooted twice, and a short round man popped out.
" "Ah!" said Coquenil, and presently he took his departure with polite assurances, whereupon the unsuspecting Addison tooted away complacently for Fontainebleau.
" When the slaves were made free, some of the overseers tooted horns, calling the blacks from their toil in the fields.
SEE Adams, Will. Little Toot.
Two minutes later, to my utter surprise, a heavy motor horn tooted on the road behind me and looking back, I saw a private car emerge from behind one of the English motors, and whirl down in our direction.
I say, by way of an amoosin' remark, that I'm goin' to play a tune on that tin-horn, and he gayly tells me to toot sweet!
Hunt's helper was a big stout, loud talking young man named Williams, and he shouted to the leader"Sid Hunt, toot your horn if you don't sell a clam."
No one smiled, no one said anything; and the silence was unbroken save by an occasional rasping sound from an asthmatic fiddle in the orchestra, or a melancholy toot, toot, as one of the musicians tuned his comb.
She draws but two feet of water, having been built expressly for Nile service, so we had the proud satisfaction of seeing one of the big Rameses boats stuck on a sand-bank for eighteen hours, while we tooted past her blowing whistles of defiance and derision.
The orderly had just been commanded to take me on a search for quarters for the night, when an automobile horn tooted beneath the window.
TUTORS A tutor who tooted a flute Tried to teach two young tooters to toot.