Definition of Teetotums

1. Noun. (plural of teetotum) ¹



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Definition of Teetotums

1. teetotum [n] - See also: teetotum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teetotums

teetotaled
teetotaler
teetotalers
teetotaling
teetotalism
teetotalisms
teetotalist
teetotalists
teetotalled
teetotaller
teetotallers
teetotalling
teetotally
teetotals
teetotum
teetotums (current term)
teets
teev
teewit
teewits
tef
teff
teff grass
teffs
tefibazumab
tefilla
tefillah
tefillin
teflons
teflurane

Literary usage of Teetotums

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1. Problems of Life and Mind by George Henry Lewes (1879)
"He also relates that one day after dinner he amused himself with watching teetotums spin round. The rest of the afternoon and evening, till eleven o'clock, ..."

2. Problems of Life and Mind by George Henry Lewes (1880)
"He also relates that one day after dinner be amused himself with watching teetotums spin round. The rest of the afternoon and evening, till eleven o'clock, ..."

3. The Young Folk's Cyclopædia of Games and Sports by John Denison Champlin, Arthur Elmore Bostwick (1890)
"Little tops called teetotums are spun by twirling them with the fingers. ... teetotums are used in playing several games, to determine the moves, ..."

4. The English Illustrated Magazine (1888)
"That inquirer started with a system of waltzing incandescent teetotums, to put it in quite unscientific ... His successor teaches us how these teetotums or ..."

5. A Book on Building, Civil and Ecclesiastical: With the Theory of Domes, and by Edmund Beckett Grimthorpe (1876)
"... and two of the orthodox teetotums of that style (perhaps intended for tea-urns appropriate to ' Temperance ') at each corner of the gable, ..."

6. Cassell's Complete Book of Sports and Pastimes: Being a Compendium of Out by Cassell & Co, Cassell (London) (1896)
"Originally teetotums had four sides only, which were respectively marked with ... A number of tops, teetotums, or champions of different colours are spun in ..."

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