Chris Matthews, now embraced by tout liberalisme, used to gut Clinton on a nightly basis.
A liberal group supporting Hillary Clinton tries to tout her pro-middle class bonafides.
That big brain we so tout today was shaped by the mammoths we hunted, by the great cats and bears that sometimes stalked us.
He will also tout his sterling ranking from the American Conservative Union.
The White House remains eager to tout general industry successes.
Another interesting and pathetic find was a spur, engraved with “En loial amour, tout mon coer,” the relic of some unknown knight.
It is the tout ensemble of her presence and her personal charm.
tout comprendre cest tout pardonner: to understand everything is to forgive everything.
This is an exception to the rule of tout passe, if not of tout casse.
Et quand ma résolution est prise, tout est oublié, hors ce qui peut la faire réussir.
1700, thieves' cant, "to act as a lookout, spy on," from Middle English tuten "to peep, peer," probably from a variant of Old English totian "to stick out, peep, peer," from Proto-Germanic *tut- "project" (cf. Dutch tuit "sprout, snout," Middle Dutch tute "nipple, pap," Middle Low German tute "horn, funnel," Old Norse tota "teat, toe of a shoe"). The sense developed to "look out for jobs, votes, etc., to try to get them" (1731), then "praise highly" (1920). Related: Touted; touting.
[ultimately fr Middle English tuten, ''look around, peer,'' by way of tout, ''be on the lookout'']