verb (used with object), tu·toy·ered or tu·toy·ed [too-twah-yeyd] /ˌtu twɑˈyeɪd/, tu·toy·er·ing [too-twah-yey-ing] /ˌtu twɑˈyeɪ ɪŋ/.
Origin of tutoyer
Examples from the Web for tutoyer
And during the sixteen months of his studentship he grew sufficiently familiar with some of his fellow-students even to tutoyer.Odd Bits of History|Henry W. Wolff
I was half inclined to array myself in drab, and tutoyer the first of the body I chanced to encounter in my walks abroad.Mystic London:|Charles Maurice Davies
And it depends a great deal upon circumstances whether it is affection or insult to tutoyer a stranger.Hester, Volume 1 (of 3)|Margaret Oliphant
I should not have recognized her, and I don't dare to tutoyer the young lady!Strong as Death|Guy de Maupassant