"tuts, lassies, it was a' a piece o' fun," said the good-humoured girl.
Of course, if you take all the prizes somebody's sure to want—but, tuts!
Sides are picked; as, for example, six on one side and six on the other, and three or four marks or tuts are fixed in a field.
tuts, it may be so to some folk; but to a sweet young creature like you, it cannot matter a button.
My sister is but and I am ben—I mean she is in the east end and I am in the west—tuts, tuts!
"tuts, ye foolish boy," replied his mother, plying away at her wheel.
1520s, along with tush (mid-15c.), a natural interjection expressing contempt.