toddle away

toddle away

 and toddle off
to walk away. Not even noticing what had happened, the old lady got up and toddled away. Sam toddled away, leaving us behind to explain things to the boss. Wally toddled off, leaving his dinner untouched. Don't just toddle off when I'm talking to you!
See also: away, toddle
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Your baby could toddle away with the prestigious Examiner Baby of the Year trophy and his or her name could be engraved on the trophy alongside last year's winner, Daisy Whitaker, of Newsome, then aged 13-months-old.
Some bacteria can stand up and toddle away on tiny legs, a new study shows.
Our winner this year will not only roll, crawl or toddle away with the prestigious title of the South Wales Echo's most Beautiful Baby, but will also win a camcorder worth about pounds 450, courtesy of Asda's new store in Leckwith, Cardiff, which is due to open in October.
I carefully carried them to the lawn to watch them toddle away.
The overall Baby of the Year winner will receive almost pounds 500 worth of prizes and here's what they will toddle away with -.