verb (used without object), tod·dled, tod·dling.
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She watched youngsters toddle toward their futures just as her son had.
Her son was now almost two years old, and beginning to toddle about upon a pair of crooked, thin legs.Tess of the Storm Country|Grace Miller White
Seeing Robert hesitate, he added, "I shall have a damned deal more respect for you if you toddle."Rhoda Fleming, Complete|George Meredith
He drilled her—kept on at it; he was there twice a day; and every time she had to get out of bed and toddle across the room.