Noun(1) the sound of casual playing on a musical instrument
Verb(1) play (a musical instrument
(1) And so the Edinburgh Fringe begins, more with a tootle than a fanfare, as the week zero shows kick off (week zero being the pre-week before the first week - as if three weeks wasn't enough time to fit in all the shows).(2) People tootle around the streets in rental golf carts, or walk: there's plenty of time to stroll when everyone else is on foot, too.(3) I was interested in a little more speed from the car than a tootle(4) the twang and tootle of musical instruments(5) Trumpet him melodiously at first, but if he still obstacles your passage then tootle him with vigour.(6) The EU's brave mission to improve its transparency continues to be seen as nothing more than another tootle of this tired old trumpet.(7) So something ├ö├ç├┐Irish├ö├ç├û - a quick-tempered but romantic drunkard, or a wistful tootle of the uillean pipes - is not necessarily put there to say something about Ireland, but to say something about America.(8) the tootle and thump of the band(9) Our fail-safe plan of copying the best things that anyone else was doing was actually failing, after most of the people we knew had tootled off to England.(10) After the display we tootled up the hill to a wacky housing association place called The Quadrangle which was having a bonfire party.(11) Sounds particularly great in the car, when tootling round the Peak District on a moody afternoon.(12) There you are, two days before the British Grand Prix, minding your own business tootling down the M40 southbound towards Oxford, when suddenly there's a blue flashing light in your rearview mirror.(13) Just tootling along, getting stuff done, and enjoying.(14) So I tootled over to Minehead, parked, and strolled down to W.H.Smith's, intent on buying a Guardian newspaper.(15) So today I had errands to run; both oldest daughters wanted help with some groceries and our fridge was looking a bit empty anyway, so M and I tootled off to Sainsbury's to get food.(16) Anyway, we tootled along tonight to see Chelsea play Leeds United.
1. blow ::
2. play ::
3. sound ::
4. toot ::
5. plunk ::
6. tootle ::
7. piping ::
Different Formstootle, tootled, tootles, tootling
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