/ (ˈtɒtɪ) /
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British informal people, esp women, collectively considered as sexual objects
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Word Origin for totty
C19: diminutive of tot 1
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How to use totty in a sentence
"I'll see about it later," said Totty's mother, and then she went into the house with her hostess, and the girls ran away to play.
They helped arrange Miss Totty's coat and cap, and so merry were they that the baby laughed and crowed, and made friends at once.
Totty crowed and gurgled, as if greatly pleased with her destiny, and the girls wheeled her along the path to the gate.
The babies laughed, too, and both Dotty and Totty seemed to think that to be a captive princess was a delightful fate.
"Their little white dresses are almost alike, anyway," said Gladys, as she took off Totty's coat.