noun Southern U.S.
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Words nearby toting
Example sentences from the Web for toting
Hundreds of millions of people were accustomed to toting these objects around, plugging them in to recharge them, and using them.
She went with her IV hidden under her dress uniform, toting a bag of medication.
But Rachel, 19, was ready for her—she was toting a razor-sharp steak knife.
The women were to do the rest, even to toting the meat to our camp.Up the Mazaruni for Diamonds|William La Varre
But I was going to say, what's to hinder me from toting that boy to my home?The Prodigal Judge|Vaughan Kester
The Custer men were given to what their Maryland father called "toting" us around.Tenting on the Plains|Elizabeth B. Custer
You'll all be toting guns and grudges and trying to lynch each other.Danny's Own Story|Don Marquis
Why, Judy, those damned pigeons have been sailing all over the ranch, billing and cooing and picking up and toting cholera germs.Judith of Blue Lake Ranch|Jackson Gregory