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tut-tut

[pronounced as two alveolar clicks; spelling pronunciation tuht-tuht]
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interjection, noun, verb (used without object), tut-tut·ted, tut-tut·ting.
  1. tut.

Origin of tut-tut

First recorded in 1585–95
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British Dictionary definitions for tut-tutting

tut-tut

interjection
  1. an exclamation of mild reprimand, disapproval, or surprise
verb -tuts, -tutting or -tutted
  1. (intr) to express disapproval by the exclamation of "tut-tut"
noun
  1. the act of tut-tutting
Often shortened to: tut
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