verb (used without object), tut·ted, tut·ting.
Origin of tut
Examples from the Web for tut
In Berlin, copies of Tut's treasures stand in well for the real ones.
The Daily Pic: In Berlin, copies of Tut's treasures stand in well for the real ones.
To my huge surprise, I left the Tut spead unconvinced that a show of originals would have been much better, or more informative.
That Tut accomplished all this before his 12th birthday suggests Aye was the power behind the throne.
Aye continued in power under Tut, who quickly returned to the old capital and restored the old religion.
Tut, tut, my dear; you are over-anxious, and forget that young men all have a few wild oats to sow.Silver Pitchers: and Independence|Louisa May Alcott
Tut tut, Katherine; he is only an ordinary scout—a wild man.John Ermine of the Yellowstone|Frederic Remington
Tut I What terrible ways we're getting into, just when I'm proposing the place as a rest-cure.Joanna Godden|Sheila Kaye-Smith
Tut, wench, they be words of one signification, and cannot be separated.
Tut, man,—when did declamation ever overthrow castles, and conquer soldiery?Rienzi|Edward Bulwer Lytton
British Dictionary definitions for tut
interjection, noun, verb tuts, tutting or tutted
Word Origin and History for tut
1520s, along with tush (mid-15c.), a natural interjection expressing contempt.