Instead of the usual two-hour run to Southampton, we puttered along and did not arrive until after one.
Susan puttered about for a few minutes longer, then crossed to the reception room, intending to go up-stairs.
My father-in-law and I puttered and pounded, strengthened and tightened, until we felt our semi-trailer was in good-enough order.
Joe returned to the house, and puttered around until supper was ready.
She took Winnie's wrist in her hand and pressed it reassuringly, then puttered about in her medical bag.
Mrs. Lear did not follow them upstairs immediately, but puttered about the kitchen preparing herself a midnight snack.
Nurse Nannie puttered about the room for some time, picking up things, and laying out the girls' clothes for the next day.
In his gray world, he puttered with his nervous hands and tugged at his sheet but he could not sit up.
While he was coaxing himself to knock on the pane, Stillman puttered about the shack, petting the dog, filling his pipe.
In a day or two I limbered up enough to get into my clothes and I puttered around, offering to do things.