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(mainly Scot) very small; tiny
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  • For the matter of that,” I said, “some one ought to look after tottie Pringle.

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  • She always smoothed tottie, if she were at hand, when she had nothing better to do.

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  • Gaff and his wife and tottie remained in the “Boodwar” for many years.

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  • tottie did the same to the kettle, while Gaff and Billy looked on and laughed.

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  • tottie, in a state of considerable surprise, replied that she had.

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  • Little tottie must be rescued, you know, and I have set my heart on doing it.

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  • tottie Bones,” replied the child, with the air of a full-grown woman.

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  • Please, sir,” said tottie to the penny banker, “I wants to pay in tuppence.

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  • tottie quite understood that, but said that she was fond of him notwithstanding.

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  • tottie looked, and saw that the basket was three-quarters full of buns and cakes.

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