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tut

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

1tut

interjection \a dental or alveolar click; often read as ˈtət\

Definition of TUT

—used to express disapproval or disbelief

First Known Use of TUT

15th century

Rhymes with TUT

2tut

intransitive verb \ˈtət\
tut·tedtut·ting

Definition of TUT

:  tut-tut

First Known Use of TUT

1849

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