hotsy-totsy


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hotsy-totsy

(ˈhɑtsiˈtɑtsi)
mod. fine; great. I don’t feel so hotsy-totsy.
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Weigholtz for proposing certain advanced oral-hygiene treatments; around the time Harry the Fish Man's daughter, Fat Rosalie, gave away her father's beautiful little Schaeffer pen for a Suchard, the semisweet; not too long after Margoshes of the Forvitz ran this little item at the foot of his column: "Which hotsy-totsy Mexican actress should be called Amhoretz Del Rio for denying her Jewish blood?
He winked at Simon, then said, "Hey, Shmuel, you're still such a hoo-ha hotsy-totsy Roosevelt man?
Likewise, a nice companion volume to Holmes is Paul Rahe's massive Republics Ancient and Modem, which, while situating America as a liberal republican regime midway between ancient and modern, makes the case that the ancient "communities" that some antiliberals pine for weren't so hotsy-totsy after all.
Likewise, a nice companion volume to Holmes is Paul Rahe's massive Republics Ancient and Modern, which, while situating America as a liberal republican regime midway between ancient and modern, makes the case that the ancient "communities" that some antiliberals pine for weren't so hotsy-totsy after all.