Definition of Tootses

1. toots [n] - See also: toots



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tootses

toothsomeness
toothsomenesses
toothwort
toothworts
toothy
toothypegs
tooting
tootle
tootled
tootler
tootlers
tootles
tootling
toots
tootsed
tootses (current term)
tootsie
tootsies
tootsing
tootsy
top(a)
top-chain
top-chains
top-dimensional
top-down
top-drain
top-drained

Literary usage of Tootses

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1. Duty, with Illustrations of Courage, Patience, and Endurance by Samuel Smiles (1881)
"many Mr. tootses in the world, saying " It's all the s " It's of no consequence." It is not all the same, nor be all the same a hundred years hence. ..."

2. Duty: With Illustrations of Courage, Patience, and Endurance by Samuel Smiles (1880)
"There are many Mr. tootses in the world, saying, " It's all the same," " It's of no consequence." It is not all the same, nor will it be all the same a ..."

3. The Museum: A Quarterly Magazine of Education, Literature, and Science (1862)
"Pip, Joe Gargery, and Wemmick have already taken their places in the gallery of fictitious heroes, beside imaginary full-lengths of the tootses, ..."

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