I was on the set of tootsie many years ago and there were 225 people shooting a scene with two people talking to each other.
Consequently 1886 saw the Minima and tootsie added to the list, and some jealous competitions ensued.
tootsie, staring at the phonograph, began seriously to consider.
tootsie stood stock still and listened with a pumping heart.
"I should have offered a dollar and no more," said tootsie to herself.
tootsie searched her sister's bedroom and then called Skippy into consultation.
"All right, I guess I can wait if you can," said tootsie, settling down.
"Now tootsie," said Mr. Bedelle, elevating a cautionary finger.
tootsie Wootsie struggles madly to keep her dressing-gown round her.
Fierce rustle of excitement (heard in gallery) as they catch sight of tootsie kneeling by Roaring Pete.
To praise and flatter oneself; advertise one's virtues; boast: I am not ashamed of the text, but of being thought to ''toot my own horn''
[entry form 1940+, blow 1859+, trumpet 1854+; the phrase sound the trumpet of mine own merits is found by 1576]