verb (used without object), tut·ted, tut·ting.
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Example sentences 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.
Another Milwaukee pimp, Todd “King Tut” Carter, got 25 years.FBI Sting Rescues 105 Kids, Nabs 159 Pimps—But What About the Johns?|Michael Daly|July 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But it seems fruitless to tut-tut at them about it, since they have been hearing these complaints for decades.
But the old gentleman who had got out of the boat said, 'Tut, nonsense!'Littlebourne Lock|F. Bayford Harrison
Tut, tell me of no storms; but direct me to her bed-chamber, my noble firelock of a flesh pistol.
The sample given by the new boy, "sus-hash-u-tut u-pup yak-o-u-rur mum-o-u-tut-hash," was said to be a mode of enjoining silence.Two Little Savages|Ernest Thompson Seton
Mrs. Baxter read it, and handed it back, making three or four times the sound written as "Tut."The Necromancers|Robert Hugh Benson
"Tut, tut, he shouldn't have such a silly conscience," said Mrs. Lenoir easily.Mrs. Maxon Protests|Anthony Hope