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toddle

intransitive verb tod·dle \ˈtä-dəl\

of a young child : to walk with short, unsteady steps

: to walk along in a slow and relaxed way

tod·dledtod·dling \ˈtäd-liŋ, ˈtä-dəl-iŋ\

Full Definition of TODDLE

1
:  to walk with short tottering steps in the manner of a young child
2
:  to take a stroll :  saunter
toddle noun

Examples of TODDLE

  1. The little boy toddled across the room.
  2. I toddled off to the pub for a pint.
  3. She toddled off to bed.

Origin of TODDLE

origin unknown
First Known Use: circa 1600

Rhymes with TODDLE

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