"I want you to give me your advice," say I, as we toddle amicably along, side by side.
You say well, Haimet, it was before your day; you were only beginning to toddle about when he died.
He had grown strong, and could toddle about and take care of himself wonderfully well for a child of his age.
He was the youngest of us, and could just toddle when Bill went away.
The little one that, ever since she could toddle, had always clung to her skirt for protection.
At the time, baby was quite able to walk—at least to waddle or toddle.
His children, from the time they were able to toddle, were taught to do something useful.
Let's toddle along and see what Fu Manchu has to say for himself.
Nothing wrong with jazz—where the lights go out in the dance hall and the dancers jiggle and toddle and wiggle in a frenzy?
I'll stand here, at the head of these stairs, while you toddle into that room.
"to run or walk with short, unsteady steps," c.1600, Scottish and northern British, of uncertain origin, possibly related to totter (1530s); an earlier sense of "to toy, play" is found c.1500. Related: Toddled; toddling.