For he hath said in his heart, tush, I shall never be cast down there shall no harm happen unto me.
"tush, boy; promise must yield to need," said the Knight of the Crested Boar.
Being a wise ecclesiastic, he did not exclaim ‘tush’ and ‘Fie,’ but proceeded at once to go book-hunting in Montana.
Dick said, “Thank you,” for the promised “tush,” and walked away.
tush Mare liberum, they fish under our noses, and sell it to us when they have done, at their own prices.
tush, Colonna, see you not that if we had balked this great warrior, we had perished?
"tush, child, do not be silly," replied the convicted culprit.
He might be seen at the railway station, and stopped: he might——“tush!”
“tush, tush, never mind repaying,” hastily rejoined the doctor.
tush, man,” said Bunce, “he did but let out a little malapert blood.
"backside, buttocks," 1962, an abbreviation of tochus (1914), from Yiddish tokhes, from Hebrew tahat "beneath."
mid-15c.; see tut.