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Grandfather Tootle, the bassoon, spends his time in dozing: all you can hear from him is an occasional snore.
BIZARRELAWTON MACKALL
Mrs. Tootle, the flute, is of a romantic turn of mind, doting on moonlight and warbling birds and babbling brooks.
BIZARRELAWTON MACKALL
Mr Tootle is so far figurative, touching the dismemberment, as that he means the boat, and not the man.
OUR MUTUAL FRIENDCHARLES DICKENS
But they never tootle now, and never sing, and when they speak, their tongue is that of the unmusical barbarians.
THE BOOK OF THE BUSHGEORGE DUNDERDALE
A man who lets his sword rust at home while he goes about tootle-de-rooling on a flute!
Comes a broken-winded tootle on a coach-horn and the black-and-scarlet drag of the local garrison trundles into view.
A mouth-organ tootle-tooed, and what Colonel Fay described as a "shingle nail" was driven with a hammer into a piece of wood.
MYSTIC LONDON:CHARLES MAURICE DAVIES
Naturally I got to make 'em talk and tootle a bit to show 'em orf.
THE WAR IN THE AIRHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
But she mustn't go, and she wouldn't go: she repeated that to herself twice as the trumpeter gave a preliminary tootle.
LIZA OF LAMBETHW. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
When a passenger of the foot hove in sight, tootle the horn trumpet to him melodiously at first.

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