Toodle

Toodle(-oo)

(ˈtudlæ(ˈu))
interj. Good-bye. Take it easy. Toodle-oo.

Toodle

verb
References in classic literature ?
In the outer room Toodles, who had been waiting perched on the edge of a table, advanced to meet him, subduing his natural buoyancy.
The sympathetic Toodles welcomed this opening for a chuckle.
The time has come, and he is the only man great enough for the work," protested the revolutionary Toodles, flaring up under the calm, speculative gaze of the Assistant Commissioner.
The 30-minute funny act performed in the form of a musical tale by Tom and Jerry and their other buddies Toodle, Butch and Spike was a major attraction for children at Doha Festival City throughout the five-day Eid Al Adha celebrations that concluded on Tuesday.
Over the years we've seen so many near-duplicates of this story that we stopped commenting on them: Dad, Mom and the kids pile into the family station wagon and toodle off on vacation.
This was no problem for me - I just got my butler to toodle on down to the polling station to vote for me.
After all, we've got thousands of miles of unclassified roads in Wales where they could toodle along all day to their hearts' content with only the sheep to annoy.
That's why she needs Clocky, a cute, rolling alarm clock that goes up and then runs away and hides, leaving you to toodle around the room desperately searching for it to shut the damn thing off.
In Dombey and Son the son of Polly Toodle is patronized by Mr Dombey, who sends himo off to the 'Charitable Grinders' school, where the number of the son is 'one hundred and forty-seven'.
You can even hire a driver for cruising around in a Rolls-Royce from Catalina Transportation Services, the island's lone taxi company, and toodle about Avalon in swank style.
Those representing the rage to save themselves, the "egoism of the conatus" (CPP 138), are thus swept offstage and immediately replaced, in Dickens's typical contrapuntal rhythm, with Polly Toodle and Miss Tox.
JOHNETTA TOODLE of Ramsay High School in Birmingham, Ala.
Needs must, old thing, and toodle pip to what are just a pile of silly old letters, after all.
The entire Toodle family is a portrait of health, wholesomeness, and productivity.
The music analogy offers Hoagland hope: "It would require a change of spirit as well as rejiggering the thrust of the technological instrumentation we use--the clarinets to lilt a bit and toodle, the slide trombones to oompah, the trumpets to gild the lily, when not twitching their sharp shoulders, the drums to pile on unexpectedly, then dare to skip a beat or so.