hotsy-totsy


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hotsy-totsy

(ˈhɑtsiˈtɑtsi)
mod. fine; great. I don’t feel so hotsy-totsy.
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He winked at Simon, then said, "Hey, Shmuel, you're still such a hoo-ha hotsy-totsy Roosevelt man?"
Briskman, as a hotsy-totsy pick-pocket, uses perfect timing and her remarkable vocal range to focus every scene she's in.
"We need Grandpa Terranova, if we could pry him away from the hotsy-totsy girls at Coney Island."
Hotsy-Totsy Boys to the Bee Gees to Hanson is to under stand that
It's not hotsy-totsy. The inventory, however, we've sold.
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Now, having talked with the real mother, who has been telling Binx for years that he should marry Kate (155), this hotsy-totsy realizes that she had better be getting out to "meet someone" of her own.
"It was billed as this hotsy-totsy, exclusive type of thing.
Elisofon has an exuberant, gregarious manner and is prone to certain go-to phrases, like hotsy-totsy and easy-peasy, which becomes the basis of a playful argument between David and Sarah in the movie.
They like hotsy-totsy girls, grinnin' and shakin' and singin' all at the same damn time.
Because the answer is," he says, "not so hotsy-totsy, for your information.