Examples of tyke in a Sentence
adopted a lovable tyke from the local animal shelter
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Peanut butter also became more commercialized in the 1920s, decreasing in price so most families could afford it and adding more sugar for the tykes to rave about.
DJ Kahled’s beloved son (and executive producer), baby Asahd was dressed in the very same Gucci label suit, custom made to fit the little tyke’s slight frame.
Many of the toddlers and tykes were new to the fest scene, however, and didn't know to pace themselves.
Also in the pack were housewife Jane Jetson, teenager Judy Jetson, and tyke Elroy Jetson.
Before expiring, Uther manages to help his young son onto a small boat, and the tyke safely drifts away, to be raised -- via one long musical montage -- in a brothel.
His father began pushing years ago, when Noe and Giselle were tykes, requiring them to read for at least 30 minutes every day.
The 8-year-old tyke points at each portion with his finger as restaurateur and boxing enthusiast Ryan Burnet looks on.
Those fond of ethereal projections will also have much to gawk at here, not to mention adorable tykes, elaborate costumes and a fluffy dog.
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Origin and Etymology of tyke
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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