pootle


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pootle

(ˈpuːtəl)
vb
(intr) informal Brit to travel or go in a relaxed or leisurely manner
[C20: from p(oodle) to travel + (t)ootle2]
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In other words, you can either pootle around town and eke out every mile from every gallon, or have some fun.
Speaking to our sister paper the Perthshire Advertiser, the man said: "Periodically, I will pootle around either dressed in something loose and flowing, channelling Fanny Cradock or some Edwardian lady, or with no clothes on at all.
You pootle about through bright and exciting scenes with little to challenge your own skills, in more of a Pokemonstyle hunt for each and every character, of which here there are over 150, including some pleasingly esoteric faces beyond the familiar favourites.
We pootle into the car park and the journey of discovery starts.
The upshot is that you can enjoy country lanes, pootle about town or cruise down a motorway - this cabriolet is flexible enough to cope whatever your poison.
As you pootle around town or up and down the motorway in the Dynamique S Nav model an 'ecocoaching' system monitors your performance via a number of parameters and then gives an overall mark out of 100 at the end of the journey.
The other day I was wearing a knitted hat and friends told me that I looked like Pootle out of television show The Flumps.
They're not bound by the Highway Code, they're not required to have insurance and as they pootle along our roads, footpaths and into our shopping centres at speeds of up to 8mph they're putting other people and themselves at risk.
Walker, a UK independent publisher of childrens books plans to publish a range of 'Q Pootle 5' titles, book news company The Bookseller revealed on Monday .
Dell today announced that multi award-winning, London-based animation production company Blue Zoo has implemented a robust Dell infrastructure to support development of the highly successful children s book Q Pootle 5 into an animated TV series to be broadcast internationally, as well as enable the studio s expansion into film.
Pootle around town and the car feels so civilised you might doubt the presence of a monster beneath the bonnet.