Definition of Phutting
1. phut [v] - See also: phut
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phutting
Literary usage of Phutting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Light and Shade in War by Malcolm Ross, Noël Ross (1916)
"... Turkish bullets were coming with an almost continuous whistle, as of a strong wind on overhead wires, and phut-phutting into the ground all about us. ..."
2. A Treatise on Artificial Limbs with Rubber Hands and Feet by A. A. Marks (1896)
"... it remains the same as when purchased. My leg was amputated one and one-half inches below the knee. Yours truly, CONRAD phutting. BELOW-KNEE AMPUTATION. ..."
3. Peter Jameson: A Modern Romance by Gilbert Frankau (1920)
"Soldiers and rare civilians stared incuriously at them from the narrow pavements; lorries rumbled by; an occasional dispatch-rider, phutting past, ..."