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200 examples of  tooted  in sentences

200 examples of tooted in sentences

Were this, sir, the only annoyance to which I am subjected, my wrath would probably expend itself in a little growling, but hardly have I reposed myself upon my couch, ere my ear catches an infernal tooting and twanging and whispering, and a broken-winded German band, engaged by an admirer of my REBECCA, strikes up some outrageous pot pourri, or something of that sort, and sleep, disgusted, flees my pillow.

A turkish towellin' vest-pattent lether butes and silk hat, completed her Toot in cymbals.

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.

Why, there's nothing to cry for, dearie, that we're going off on a toot to-morrow.

He's got folks out to Indianny, an' we sot out fur to go a-cousinin', five year back, an' we got out there inter the dre'fullest woodsy region ever ye see, where 'twa'n't trees, it was 'sketers; husband he couldn't see none out of his eyes for a hull day, and I thought I should caterpillar every time I heerd one of 'em toot; they sartainly was the beater-ee!"

Tout, toot, blast.

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.

" Toot! too-oo-oot! sounded a whistle up the river.

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.

Toot, toot, toot!" said the Third Little Bear.

Toot, toot, toot!" said the Third Little Bear.

Toot, toot, toot!" said the Third Little Bear.

All the Seventeen Little Bears put their paws to their mouths as though they had horns and cried, "Toot, toot, toot!"

All the Seventeen Little Bears put their paws to their mouths as though they had horns and cried, "Toot, toot, toot!"

All the Seventeen Little Bears put their paws to their mouths as though they had horns and cried, "Toot, toot, toot!"

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.

Then a faint melancholy shout at a distance, answered by a 'Stole away!' from the fields; a doleful 'toot!' of the horn; the dull thunder of many horsehoofs rolling along the farther woodside.

" "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!

doe but once toot into her chamber-pot and I'll make thee looke worse then a witch does upon a close-stoole.

Sanitation, sewerage, good water supply, and schoolhouses and paved streets are not the result of throwing confetti, tooting tin horns and waiving the curfew law.

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!

"It's a beautiful respectable place nowadaysall villas and trams and picture palacesrather like a bit of Upper Tooting.

At this juncture the discordant toot of an approaching motor-car was heard above the singing of the birds.

I tooted and drove off.

He slipped about the line without a thought of trip or fumbling, When to the din of tooting tin a crowd on him came tumbling.

Beside, all reverence to the calling, I Have vowd never to marry, and you know Love may bring a Man toot at last, and therefore My fine Gewgaw do not abuse me. Sis.

I must stand toot.

toot the clarion, belt the drum!

As the rifle was raised, he heard up at the big house the cries of children; the popping of fire-crackers; tooting of horns and whistles and loud shouts of "Christmas Gif', Christmas Gif'!"

"Shake hands," would be Toot's next advance.

He trumpets his worth with such windy tooting That louder it sounds than cowboys shooting.

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All at once the launch alongside gave an angry toot, for the officer wanted his men back: there were other boats to be examined.

The Fryer was in the(See Appendix) Three Cranes Thumb, to bite the Ticktacks Tickle minikin ( = play on the fiddle) Timeless ( = untimely) Tobacco (price of) Toot Totter Totter'd Traind band Transportation of ordnance Trevants.

Toot, toot, toot!

Toot, toot, toot!

Toot, toot, toot!

Its horn tooted twice, and a short round man popped out.

All the shipping was tooting as she swept by, and the men cheering and waving their hats at the land they might never come back to.

And then slowly and laboriously, and like a knell, the great gong of the prison sounded the first stroke of twelve; but before it had counted three there came suddenly from all the city about them a great chorus of clanging bells and the shrieks and tooting of whistles and the booming of cannon.

"Tootle-toot!" shrilled the fife.

"Tootle-toot!" shrilled the fife.

Toot!" "Oh my!" said Squinty to himself, snuggling down in the straw of his box.

Toot!" "Oh, what a terrible, big black pig!" thought Squinty.

Not exactly seeing his way to the end of these demonstrations, Mr. Toot with chuckles, lapsed out of the door, and got away.

If he had not piped so stridently, we should not have had half so much sport; yet small largess does the miserable minstrel get for tooting tunelessly.

Dead ahead, almost upon them, came an answering toot.

While he and Jane were still five hundred yards away the ferryboat, with a warning toot, slipped slowly out into the Hudson.

A toot from the horn as it arrived brought the men within the house tumbling out the front door with huzzas of greeting for their leaders, and Fleck observed that all the men as they came out automatically raised their hands in salute.

The poem itself began with this stanza: Thrash away, you'll hev to rattle On them kittle-drums o' yourn, 'Taint a knowin' kind o' cattle Thet is ketched with mouldy corn; Put in stiff, you fifer feller, Let folks see how spry you be, Guess you'll toot till you are yeller 'Fore you git ahold o' me!

Miss Severance, who was usually sensitive to inconveniencing other people, had not cared at all about the motor behind hers that was tooting its horn or for the elderly lady in feathers and diamonds who was waiting to get into it.

" "Ah!" said Coquenil, and presently he took his departure with polite assurances, whereupon the unsuspecting Addison tooted away complacently for Fontainebleau.

"NAH, THEN, ALLEY TOOT SWEET, AN' THE TOOTER THE SWEETER!"

" When the slaves were made free, some of the overseers tooted horns, calling the blacks from their toil in the fields.

The work was progressing finely, without more than the usual amount of slop and misdirected effort, when a violent tooting from the direction of the highway caused me to stop, and Ian dropped the squirter that I had newly filled for his turn, upon the grass border, while he and Richard scurried toward the gateway to see what was the matter, for the sound was like the screech of an automobile horn in distress.

[Illustration: THE NEW LANGUAGE TOMMY (to inquisitive French children): "Nah, then, alley toot sweet, an the tooter the sweeter!"

Hark!" From a distance they heard the mournful toot of a large horn.

Anyhow, there is no cause for alarm at Tooting, where the authorities are not expecting any trouble of this kind.

From a notice of "Three Weeks": "The Queen of Croatia, one of those convenient operatic Balham royalties...."Liverpool Daily Post. Won't Tooting be jealous!

Sae, for quite a spell, I lived at Tooting.

We played many a game o' billiards together, John and I, i' the wee hoose at Tooting.

Toot and come in.

Toot and come in.

TOOT AND COME IN, a play in 1 act, by Helena Smith Dayton.

SEE Adams, Will. Little Toot.

Toot and come in.

Toot and come in.

TOOT AND COME IN, a play in 1 act, by Helena Smith Dayton.

SEE Adams, Will. Little Toot.

" "Toot! toot!

" "Toot! toot!

For a thousand consecutive years the wakeman's toot-horn has been blown at night over the successive generations of the little cathedral city.

We took a gayly colored horn to toot as we went, and two dippers to bail, if necessary.

When I'd see 'im 'way off I'd run to de gate an' start singin' dis song to 'im: 'Here come de marster, root toot too! Here come Marster, comin' my way!

The snort, the snap and whine of the air-brakes have a meaning for him, and he learns to distinguish between noisesbetween the rattle of a loose lamp and the ugly rattle of small stones on a scarped embankmentbetween the 'Hoot! toot!'

A passing stream of automobiles, setting out for some scene of festivity at a popular resort several miles away, roused Max from his lethargy with their tooting horns and brilliant lights.

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!

"WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY HANGING ON BEHIND ME LIKE THAT?" "I'VE BROKEN MY HORN, OLD TOFF, AND I THOUGHT YOU COULD TOOT FOR TWO.

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."

There is a method in mans wickednesse, It growes up by degrees; I am not come So high as killing of my selfe, there are A hundred thousand sinnes twixt me and it, Which I must doe, I shall come toot at last; But take my oath not now, be satisfied, And get thee hence.

At Bredon village just below, happening to pass an old woman in a red shawl, who scurried into a doorway at the toot-toot of their horn, he leant back and confided that the main drawback of this method of sketching (he had discovered) was the almost total absence of middle distance.

At Bredon village just below, happening to pass an old woman in a red shawl, who scurried into a doorway at the toot-toot of their horn, he leant back and confided that the main drawback of this method of sketching (he had discovered) was the almost total absence of middle distance.

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.

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.

Some gray lisle thread gloves and a rich Paisley shawl completed my toot a sembly.

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.

The teams were quickly shifted; then we were off again with a crack of the whip and a toot of the long horn.

NATURE LOVERS "Would you mind tooting your factory whistle a little?"

TUTORS A tutor who tooted a flute Tried to teach two young tooters to toot.

TUTORS A tutor who tooted a flute Tried to teach two young tooters to toot.

Said the two to the tutor, "Is it harder to toot, or To tutor two tutors to toot?" Carolyn Wells.

Said the two to the tutor, "Is it harder to toot, or To tutor two tutors to toot?" Carolyn Wells.

" Miss Pyne did not remember, but did not mean to be baffled either, she would let Miss Harz know, even if that lady did know more about mythology than herself; and, if no one else would join her, meant to play her rรดle, of sea-nymph all alone, with Major Latrobe for her Triton in waiting, tooting upon a conch-shell, and looking lovely!