hoity-toity

[ hoi-tee-toi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF hoity-toity
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It was Paddy and Hoity-Toity engaged in animated discussion.

I barred the door even as Hoity-Toity's fist thundered on the oak.

Hoity-toity, I don't see as he's any better than anybody else.

"Hoity-toity," said the waiter, and he left off throwing the sand.

I know the girl for a sly, scheming, hoity-toity flirt, but to think that she'd act so low like!

She's none of your hoity-toity characters, one thing one day and another the next, so you never know where you stand with them.

"Hoity-toity," said the old gentleman, turning round in some surprise, and even dismay when he caught sight of her face.

The Smith boy appears to be a very nice young fellow, and remarkably sensible for a young person in this hoity-toity age.

Lucille's haughty and fiery temper could hardly brook this hoity-toity assumption of authority.

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