That battery company that Obama touted that just went bankrupt today.
Rick Santorum accused the president of “snobbery” after Obama touted the importance of college.
They severed the last railroad lifeline into Atlanta, making the Citadel of the Confederacy as it was touted no longer tenable.
He touted that he had never served in government and that he had a “much longer wider deeper resume” than other candidates.
Your death is a tragic bookend to a year touted as the “transgender tipping point.”
When he reached the Nadir of shabbiness, he touted in Piccadilly among the cabs, and picked up a few coppers in that way.
You thought Elisha could win—and you went and touted me on to the other one?
Trying to see what kind of a bloke this touted superman is, Stanton thought.
Get it touted right for 'artistic,' and the tanks'll think they like it, even if they don't.
If you get it touted to the tank towns that you've got a play with the great religious gonzabo, then your show's a big property.
1700, thieves' cant, "to act as a lookout, spy on," from Middle English tuten "to peep, peer," probably from a variant of Old English totian "to stick out, peep, peer," from Proto-Germanic *tut- "project" (cf. Dutch tuit "sprout, snout," Middle Dutch tute "nipple, pap," Middle Low German tute "horn, funnel," Old Norse tota "teat, toe of a shoe"). The sense developed to "look out for jobs, votes, etc., to try to get them" (1731), then "praise highly" (1920). Related: Touted; touting.
A person who aids and supports someone having a psychedelic drug experience or ''trip''; guru (1960s+ Narcotics)