He was trying to toot Cynthia.
On the 4th of July toot the office of military governor was abolished, the military forces being largely recalled, and the part remaining being made henceforth subordinate civil to the civil authorities.
Twitter has become a new way for celebrities to toot, or perhaps tweet their own horn.
Sophisticated: I hate to toot my own horn, but I really do look incredibly sophisticated.
And why should you give a toot?
overtake on blind bends and hassle you and toot their puny horns.
toot a flute, or beat a big drum all the way to the field?
If you had a toot of a nasal spray called Beconase an hour before subsequent dives, that would help.
Trot out Mr. Allen, somebody, and let him take a toot at it.
Whilst still in the car check that the horn works by giving a little toot.
toot hill in the meadow ' .
You'll never guess what I've just found Drinking tho a straw are you Tum diddly dum dum toot toot!
toot of a horn outside told me the deed was done.
Reichel, Homerische Waff en, toot, p. 103.
Pop. (toot), 6857.
E, von Soden a toot, a Latino-Greek MS. containing the Acts; cod.
What 's it like to carry a banner, toot a flute, or beat a big drum all the way to the field?
Early forms of the place-name suggest ' toot hill in the meadow '.
You'll never guess what I 've just found Drinking tho a straw are you Tum diddly dum dum toot toot !
Within the hour, a toot of a horn outside told me the deed was done.
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