intransitive verb-·tled, -·tling
- to toot softly and more or less continuously on a horn, flute, etc.
- to move about in a leisurely or unrushed way; esp., to drive in this way as in a small car
Origin of tootlefrequentative of toot
the act or sound of tootling
intransitive verbtoo·tled, too·tling, too·tles
- To toot softly and repeatedly, as on a flute.
- Informal To walk or drive in a leisurely manner; amble: spent the morning tootling around town.
The act or sound of tooting softly and repeatedly, as on a flute.Phrasal Verbs: tootle off Informal To depart; go.
Origin of tootleFrequentative of toot