toddle off

toddle off

in. to depart; to walk away. She said good-bye and toddled off.
See also: off, toddle
References in classic literature ?
Smith would seize his stick and toddle off for a solitary walk.
You can toddle off down to our Munich office and make contact from there.
The toddler then toddles off to bed and I toddle off to the fridge for my glass of Pinot.
Mrs May hang your head in shame and toddle off. Lynne Corten What is the point in voting on anything if we have a corrupt government who go against the will of the people.
figure that if the 19-year-old daughter wants her air con to work, she will either tell me or just toddle off to a motoring outfit and get it done.
Last week the Birmingham Mail ran an article about food banks, a subject that I had not really thought about, but perhaps prompted by memories of when we sometimes went short, I decided to go to the local shopping centre on the bus - pensioners passes are a godsend - to pick up a few items and toddle off down to the foodbank.
For instance, a regular wheeze is to prepare a 'Happy Birthday' message, toddle off to bed and leave the phone to send it at a minute past midnight, hoping to be first to get the greetings in.
CAPRICORN DECEMBER 22 - JANUARY 20 You may toddle off to work as usual.
No one is suggesting you toddle off to a nursing home just yet.
And they sell Victor Wanyama to their old manager at Tottenham, while allowing Graziano Pelle to toddle off to China without a fight.
Watching a child toddle off to preschool or kindergarten that first time.
I suggest you pack your bags, sling your hook and toddle off down the A45.
"Simon said I wasn't myself and that my confidence had gone, so I started to toddle off stage!
"At night the girls of Newcastle in skirts pretty well up to their navels, toddle off to the clubs, in freezing weather.
From hereon in, I promise to retain my feisty, stubborn, determined and crazily cute qualities until the very moment toddle off this mortal coil.