Definition of Tutued

1. tutu [adj] - See also: tutu



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tutued

tutsans
tutsed
tutses
tutsing
tutted
tutti
tutti-frutti
tutti frutti
tutti quanti
tutties
tutting
tuttings
tuttis
tutty
tutu
tutued (current term)
tutulemma
tutus
tutwork
tutworks
tuvirumab
tuwel
tuwels
tuwhit tuwhoo
tuwhit tuwhoos
tux
tuxed
tuxedo
tuxedoed
tuxedoes

Literary usage of Tutued

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1. Mind in the Lower Animals, in Health and Disease by William Lauder Lindsay (1880)
"A sheep, which has been badly tutued and recovers, loses its gregarious habits and becomes what the shepherds call a hermit. It also acquires an additional ..."

2. Mind in the Lower Animals, in Health and Disease by William Lauder Lindsay (1880)
"A sheep, which has been badly tutued and recovers, loses its gregarious habits and becomes what the shepherds call a hermit. It also acquires an additional ..."

3. London and Its Environs: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1908)
"... lier rejected admirer, gallantly tutued towards her, Poseidon, her adversary, looking in the opposite direction, Apollo who leans towards Poseidon, ..."

4. Demeter and Persephone in Ancient Corinth by Nancy Bookidis, Ronald S. Stroud (1987)
"3rd century BC Another type of miniature vase which tutued up in large numbers is the three-handled water jug or hydria. ..."

5. Colonial Experiences: Or, Sketches of People and Places in the Province of by Alexander Bathgate (1874)
"... and those feeding amongst it, on being dogged or driven, are apt to be affected by it, or be, as the phrase is, " tutued." I have known of sheep, ..."

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