a sweetheart; darling.
a prostitute or sexually promiscuous woman.
Other definitions for tootsie (2 of 2)
a variant of tootsy.
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How to use tootsie in a sentence
Frankly, the royal tootsies look like they've seen better days.
But yer ought to 'ave bin out larst winter, then yer did 'ave to sit above yerself to keep yer tootsies dry.
But if we'd only had a crop of your 'tickle-tootsies' we'd have caught those fine birds by their tail feathers and caged them.The Riddle of the Purple Emperor | Mary E. Hanshew and Thomas W. Hanshew
The suspected representative of the “Guggenheimers” whined plaintively: “Itty tootsies awfy cold!”The Man from the Bitter Roots | Caroline Lockhart
The local Four Hundred also report that he is a great hand at shaking the light fantastic tootsies in the dance.Main Street | Sinclair Lewis
Mrs. Brown contentedly smiled and rocked the baby, who crowed and cooed and kicked her pretty pink tootsies.Molly Brown of Kentucky | Nell Speed