Pundits often tut-tut about how presidential campaigns start too early, long before most Americans care.
But it seems fruitless to tut-tut at them about it, since they have been hearing these complaints for decades.
With a "tut-tut" noise to indicate the business man's mild scorn of the artist's method's.
The gentleman drew in his head with a little "tut-tut" of consternation.
The call of the male is often answered by the female with the syllables, tut-tut, not unlike a clucking chicken.
tut-tut, it's a great, it's a staving preferment, and just opulent with influence here.
tut-tut, you ought to know better than to ask; ask Massey, he knows—or he will one of these days!
Another interesting point: The engine does not say Choo-choo as in our country—it says tut-tut.
tut-tut—can't we find something more engaging to talk about than what the weighing scales do or do not tell us?
Samson watched his new friend narrowly, whose countenance was profoundly piteous, and his teeth and lip made a "tut-tut!"