Examples of toddle in a Sentence
The little boy toddled across the room.
I toddled off to the pub for a pint.
She toddled off to bed.
Recent Examples of toddle from the Web
Released from my prone clutches and set safely up on the shore, the 5-year-old toddled off in her tangerine bathing suit.
David toddled in major-league clubhouses from the age of 3.
Some children toddled through the crowd, chewing on hot dogs and rolling around an unopened can of Coke.
In a surreal tableau one day in July, German cows toddled down the ramp of a Qatar Airways Airbus at the Doha airport, the first arrivals of around 4,000 cattle flown in from Europe, Australia and California.
My son was toddling his way around the backstage with us in tow when tumbled out in front of Gord.
Bitcoin was once a true grassroots project, with ramshackle servers toddling along in people’s basements and dorm rooms.
After dinner, the guests toddled to the ballroom for the Patent Office Society’s annual dance..
After each offense, coach Jim McElwain has toddled out like a wind-up toy and said Callaway needs to start flying right or there will be repercussions.
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Origin and Etymology of toddle
First Known Use: circa 1600See Words from the same year
TODDLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of toddle for English Language Learners
of a young child : to walk with short, unsteady steps
: to walk along in a slow and relaxed way
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