interjection, noun, verb (used without object), tut-tut·ted, tut-tut·ting.
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Example sentences from the Web for tut-tut
But it seems fruitless to tut-tut at them about it, since they have been hearing these complaints for decades.
Pundits often tut-tut about how presidential campaigns start too early, long before most Americans care.
Betty gave a sideway smile at Kathryn and whispered, Tut-tut!Betty Lee, Sophomore|David Goodger (email@example.com)
The gentleman drew in his head with a little "Tut-tut" of consternation.Tales from Many Sources|Various
With a "tut-tut" noise to indicate the business man's mild scorn of the artist's method's.The Great Adventure|Arnold Bennett
Tut-tut—can't we find something more engaging to talk about than what the weighing scales do or do not tell us?The Eddy|Clarence L. Cullen
"Tut-tut, I doubt the join will be plainly visible," he murmured to himself.The Passionate Elopement|Compton Mackenzie