Definition of Toddling

1. Verb. (present participle of toddle) ¹



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Definition of Toddling

1. toddle [v] - See also: toddle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toddling

todded
toddes
toddies
todding
toddle
toddle off
toddled
toddler
toddler's fracture
toddlerdom
toddlerhood
toddlerhoods
toddlers
toddles
toddling (current term)
todds
toddy
toddy alm
toddy palm
toddy palms
toder
todgers
todies
todo
todorokite
todorokites
todos
todralazine
todraw

Literary usage of Toddling

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1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1890)
"toddling ISLAND. BY EDITH M. THOMAS. ON this silver inlet's breast, Lies an isle in glamour drest. All its trees are small but old, Three-score winters each ..."

2. Across Chrysê: Being the Narrative of a Journey of Exploration Through the by Archibald Ross Colquhoun (1883)
"... na-hsien—A sleeping-den—Importance of fine weather—toddling peasant women—Comparisons. THE following day we passed a succession of little valleys, ..."

3. Uncle Walt: Walt Mason the Poet Philosopher by Walt Mason (1910)
"... toddling Home A THOUSAND cares oppress the mind, in life's long summer day; we weary of the galling grind, and endless seems the way. ..."

4. Coniston by Winston Churchill (1906)
"One mild Sunday afternoon, he took little Cynthia by the hand and led her, toddling, out into the sunny Common, where he used to walk with her mother, ..."

5. Walt Mason, His Book by Walt Mason (1916)
"toddling Home A THOUSAND cares oppress the mind, in life's long summer day; we weary of the galling grind, and endless seems the way. ..."

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