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totty

/ˈtɒtɪ/
noun
1.
(Brit, informal) people, esp women, collectively considered as sexual objects
Word Origin
C19: diminutive of tot1
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  • Hetty now came back from the pantry and said, "I can take totty now, Aunt, if you like."

    Adam Bede George Eliot
  • It was, in fact, a cheer, in which both totty and Swartboy joined.

    The Bush Boys Captain Mayne Reid
  • The babies laughed, too, and both Dotty and totty seemed to think that to be a captive princess was a delightful fate.

    Marjorie's Busy Days Carolyn Wells
  • "They're both darlings," said Marjorie, as she gently replaced totty's veil.

    Marjorie's Busy Days Carolyn Wells
  • totty, in the visitor's arms, held out her hands to her mother, and gurgled with glee.

    Marjorie's Busy Days Carolyn Wells
  • Crossing the room, he carefully loosened Patricia's grasp, taking totty from her.

    Patricia Emilia Elliott
  • But now Mr. Dalken glanced uneasily around at the faces so familiar to him, and wondered aloud: Why, where is totty?

    Polly's Southern Cruise Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • But we began with calling her Lotty, and now it's got to totty.

    Adam Bede George Eliot
  • "Their little white dresses are almost alike, anyway," said Gladys, as she took off totty's coat.

    Marjorie's Busy Days Carolyn Wells
  • I'd be glad now if you'd go into the garden and tell Hetty to send totty in.

    Adam Bede George Eliot

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