Definition of Tottier

1. totty [adj] - See also: totty



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tottier

totorve
totread
tots
tottari
totted
totter
tottered
totterer
totterers
tottergrass
tottering
totteringly
totters
tottery
tottie
tottier (current term)
totties
tottiest
totting
tottings
tottle
tottled
tottles
tottling
tottlish
totty
totus porcus
toty
toubab
toubabs

Literary usage of Tottier

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1. The Salon: A Study of French Society and Personalities in the Eighteenth Century by Helen Clergue (1907)
"... ToTtier candidates, and is said to have made half the Academicians of her time, her salon being called the " ante-cham- ..."

2. Questions of the Day: Economic and Socialby William Elder by William Elder (1871)
"Q.tottier.—METALLIC ALLOYS: $1 75 Being a Practical Guide to their Chemical and Physical Properties, their Preparation, Composition, and Uses. ..."

3. The Edinburgh Literary Journal; Or, Weekly Register of Criticism and Belles by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1829)
"For days and weeks, the little party, sometimes walking, and «tottier times mounted on camels* or wretched bullocks " bad with the itch," or nseg and ponies ..."

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