tooter


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toot

 (to͞ot)
v. toot·ed, toot·ing, toots
v.intr.
1. To sound a horn or whistle in short blasts.
2. To make the sound of a horn or whistle blown in short blasts or a sound resembling it.
3. Slang To snort cocaine.
v.tr.
1. To blow or sound (a horn or whistle).
2. To sound (a blast, for example) on a horn or whistle.
3. Slang To snort (cocaine).
n.
1. A blast, as of a horn.
2. Slang A drinking binge.
3. Slang Cocaine, especially a small amount snorted at one time.

[Ultimately of imitative origin.]

toot′er n.
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You must trust me with the book and spectacles, as well as the tooter, too; if we ever meet again, in better times, you shall have all back again, with many thanks into the bargain."
Gimme the tooter." Dan took the tin dinner-horn, but paused before he blew.
During the operation, authorities confiscated from the suspect two packs of suspected shabu weighing around 300 grams, boodle (cash mixed with paper cutouts) money, an improvised tooter, two lighters, a digital calculator, two empty plastic sachets, and a cellphone.
They also seized one smart phone, a sachet of shabu, improvised glass tube tooter, electronic weighing scale, two pieces of wooden pipe, and disposable lighter.
Drug-sniffing paraphernalia such as tinfoil, lighter and tooter were also found in the house.
"Tooter" Milstead, 86, of Raleigh passed away at 11:30 p.m.
AECC's Tooter Brown Foundation provides workplace events including a July 4 picnic, Coop-a-looza, baseball games and food trucks.
The Norfolk dialect is also said to have no double vowel sounds so the word "tutor" is pronounced more like a car horn - "tooter".
The recipes she shares include how to cook various parts of the pig from the router to the tooter ; other meat dishes, including everything from stewed turkey wings and pot roast to a Low Country boil; what Tyson calls stone soul sides, including crackling cornbread, hoecakes, and, of course, different kinds of greens; soups and stews including oxtail and fish head stew and Everything in It Vegetable Soup ; and desserts to sell your soul for.
As in Tripod Tooter, an odd little work that resembles something hurriedly assembled from scraps of leftover clay.