toddle along

toddle along

1. To walk forward in a leisurely or aimless manner; to stroll along. We're never going to see everything if you keep toddling along like that!
2. To follow the course of something in a leisurely or aimless manner; to stroll along something. We toddled along the beach chatting about all sorts of things.
3. To walk forward with short, unsteady steps. I love watching my young son toddle along on his own. The baby refused to be carried on the hike, so we had to just to let her toddle along behind us.
4. To follow the course of something with short, unsteady steps. It makes me so nervous the way you let your daughter toddle along the edge of the pool like that. The schoolchildren lined up behind their teacher and toddled along the sidewalk to the park.
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toddle along

 
1. to walk along in an unconcerned manner. Kathleen was just toddling along, minding her own business.
2. to walk away. Why don't you toddle along now and let me get some work done?
See also: toddle
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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You might learn in time to stand on your own legs, and perhaps to toddle along a bit."
It is quite funny to see her toddle along and cut them."
He was retired and happy to toddle along. Or he was until Daughter Numero Uno pulled 'Arry and things went downhill from there.
The event begins with registration and facepainting at noon and the toddle along the promenade will begin at 12.30pm sharp.
"She Who Must Be Obeyed" is demanding we go for a walk, so I must toddle along.
Are we happy to toddle along and play for 300 fans per week or are we going to look at things and try to progress this league as best we can?" Derry racked up two Irish records in their demolition at Park Terrace as they became the first side to win by five clear goals in a European fixture and eclipsed Shamrock Rovers' 32-year record aggregate score of 7-0.
Love to, says husband, but you toddle along, love of my life, I'll make a living.
There's a motion sensor on-board too so they can toddle along, sit back and enjoy the ride.
If you want to stay indoors, toddle along to a sweaty class, where you'll be breathing in gallons of oxygen.
Its premise is simple - you can toddle along after work (the play begins at 6pm) and enjoy an hour or so of first-rate theatre with a pie (vegetarian option available) and your choice of poison.
"She can toddle along gripping my fingers for balance, so I don't think it will be long before she's walking.
IT IS rare that Mr B takes a trip to the picture palace, but with all the furore surrounding The King's Speech, he thought it right to toddle along.
And Newham Primary have been very good hosting us and supplying the orange squash!" The walk took place at the nearby school so the children didn't have to walk along the road, and could toddle along at their varying speeds.
TODDLE along to the library is the new catchphrase for Calderdale Council.
They are simply picturesque routes for people to toddle along. Again the new Neath Valley bypass which was built only a decade ago was built without a cycle provision.