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Synonyms for toot

a blast of a horn

Related Words

revelry in drinking

make a loud noise

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Leba the The crowd was fully engaged from the word go and the question was whether Toots and the band could sustain that level for the duration of the show.
Toots Thielemans was one of the world's most famous harmonica players in a career that spanned seven decades.
In 1967, the band officially changed their name to Toots & The Maytals and began working with producer Leslie Kong on a string of hits including Pressure Drop and Do the Reggae, the 1968 single widely credited with coining the word reggae and naming the genre.
TOOTS The 13-year-old lives with Stacey Foy and Paul Kennedy in Braidwood, Lanarkshire.
Also available as an ebook, Rudy Toot Toots And His Cowboy Boots is a children's picturebook about a young boy who loves to wear cowboy boots.
Reggae singer Toots Hibbert (Toots and the Maytals) is 66.
Students can use the toot to learn and practice NC programming and to become familiar with common configurations of CNC machine toots on their personal computers.
Toots & The Maytals Liquid Room, Edinburgh, August 9 ?
SKA and reggae legends TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS will play a special anniversary show on Teesside this summer.
His band, Toots and the Maytals, are currently celebrating their 50th anniversary with the biggest UK tour they have ever done.
Toots and the Maytals, Newcastle O2 Academy ARE you ready for the pressure to drop?
Clearly, TAPS and TOOTS are pseudo-plurals because the -s is pronounced as [s], as it is in true plurals after P or T (e.
Toots & the Maytals will headline a Saturday benefit show at the fairgrounds to help spread the word about the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act.