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Her son was now almost two years old, and beginning to toddle about upon a pair of crooked, thin legs.
TESS OF THE STORM COUNTRYGRACE MILLER WHITE
Seeing Robert hesitate, he added, "I shall have a damned deal more respect for you if you toddle."
He drilled her—kept on at it; he was there twice a day; and every time she had to get out of bed and toddle across the room.
Mrs. Pryor had just completed this arrangement when a knock at the door made her toddle off to open it.
SALOMEEMMA MARSHALL
Wicked Willie they called me w'en Hi wasn't old enough to toddle halone.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
For a person who makes a habit of playing the pianola simply has to toddle the music out of his ankles.
BIZARRELAWTON MACKALL
I'll stand here, at the head of these stairs, while you toddle into that room.
RAYTON: A BACKWOODS MYSTERYTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS
The Kid had watched the boys adjust nose bags ever since he could toddle.
So we just ran over for half an hour or so to get a drop of drink and then toddle along back again.
Do you think I'm going to miss that circus and toddle up to school to write exercises and have a music lesson?
A FORTUNATE TERMANGELA BRAZIL

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