tootle[ toot-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF tootle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOOTLE
Naturally I got to make 'em talk and tootle a bit to show 'em orf.
"Music, if there's any one to tootle for the ladies," said Roger.
"You know I can't get up a bit of tootle about this business," he said.
Mrs. Tootle, the flute, is of a romantic turn of mind, doting on moonlight and warbling birds and babbling brooks.
When a passenger of the foot hove in sight, tootle the horn trumpet to him melodiously at first.
If he still obstacles your passage, tootle him with vigor and express by word of the mouth the warning, "hi, hi."
No one but Uncle Robert could tootle so entrancingly on the flute, or pick out such funny records for the Victrola.
Mr Tootle is so far figurative, touching the dismemberment, as that he means the boat, and not the man.