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 (to͞od′lz) also too·dle-oo (to͞od′l-o͞o)
interj. Informal
Used to express farewell.

[Alteration of toodle-oo, perhaps imitative of a horn or akin to earlier toddle (off), to depart.]
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In the outer room Toodles, who had been waiting perched on the edge of a table, advanced to meet him, subduing his natural buoyancy.
The sympathetic Toodles welcomed this opening for a chuckle.
The time has come, and he is the only man great enough for the work," protested the revolutionary Toodles, flaring up under the calm, speculative gaze of the Assistant Commissioner.
Toodles is a sweet and friendly short-haired female kitty about one to two years old.
Sundays will never be the same; listening to all our problems and always giving the right advice, doing the Sunday swaps with Julie and being tormented by Toodles.
SMH Heidi Toodles There are plenty of auctions on eBay selling services and being used for advertising.
Kids can polish up on their oral health with students from Harvard School of Dental Medicine, with Toodles the medical clown, a.
Also in the cemetery are Tiny Mills 1937-54, Frisky Stevens 1952-59, Bonzo Blagburn, 1946-50, Toodles Leake 1955, and Monty the tortoise 1957.
She wore a hand-sewn linen and lace dress designed and sewn by Toodles Dorgan and her grandmother Robin Brookshire.
I wanted to be back home on the mountain with Mammy and Toodles.
However, nothing obvious is wrong, and notably our ram Toodles is not running around loose.