"The time has now come to slow down, to sip Rooibos tea with my beloved wife in the afternoons, to watch cricket," tutu said.
She stands, dressed in a tutu, on one pointed foot in a heightened fifth position.
A tutu clad Swift refuses to pirouette with her fellow ballerinas, preferring to pelvic thrust like a rebel instead.
Giant sunglasses were always a must and, if she was feeling especially fancy, a tutu would be thrown into the mix.
Perhaps because skinning a squirrel is just not as sexy as twirling in a Rodarte-made tutu.
tutu the man and Ila the woman came from the eastward, and dwelt on the island.
The name Marduk appears here under the ideographic designation tutu.
(b) Plautus represents the hoot of an owl by tutu in the Menaechmi, 654; and in the Carm.
And the little old man walked away, humming: "tutu—turlututu—lututu!"
A man called tutu and his wife Ila reached the island of tutuila, and named it so by the union of their names.
ballet skirt, 1910, from French tutu, alteration of cucu, infantile reduplication of cul "bottom, backside."