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toot (one's) own horn

To boast or brag about one's own abilities, skills, success, achievements, etc. I don't mean to toot my own horn, but this pasta sauce I made is quite delicious! I can't stand being around Marcus ever since his company became such a massive success. The guy just can't stop tooting his own horn!
See also: horn, own, toot

toot (one's) own trumpet

To boast or brag about one's own abilities, skills, success, achievements, etc. I don't mean to toot my own trumpet, but this pasta sauce I made is quite delicious! I can't stand being around Marcus since his company became such a massive success. The guy just can't stop tooting his own trumpet!
See also: own, toot, trumpet

darn tootin'

slang Absolutely right. A: "Are you coming to the barbeque today?" B: "You're darn tootin'! I'll see you there."
See also: darn

toot sweet

Immediately; at once; as quickly as possibly. The phrase is based on a coarse or humorous mispronunciation of the French phrase tout de suite, meaning the same. I suggest you pay the bill toot sweet, or the bank will start charging you interest. As soon as we heard the police sirens, we got out of there toot sweet.
See also: sweet, toot

blow one's own horn

 and toot one's own horn
Fig. to brag. Gary sure likes to toot his own horn. "I hate to blow my own horn," said Bill, "but I am always right."
See also: blow, horn, own

darn tooting

 and darn tootin'
absolutely. You're darn tooting I'll be there. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
See also: darn, toot

blow one’s own horn

and toot one’s own horn
tv. to brag. Gary sure likes to toot his own horn. Say something nice. I’m not one to blow my own horn.
See also: blow, horn, own

toot one’s own horn

verb
See also: horn, own, toot

rooting-tooting

mod. exciting; renown; famous; illustrious. (A vague adjective of praise.) We really had a rooting-tooting time last weekend.

toot

1. n. a binge; a drinking spree. Harry’s on a toot again.
2. tv. & in. to drink copiously. She could toot booze from dusk to dawn.
3. n. an emotional jag of some kind. She’s on a toot about how nobody loves her anymore.
4. n. a line or dose of cocaine; cocaine. These tootheads get sort of frantic when they can’t get a toot.
5. tv. & in. to snort a portion of cocaine. She tooted a couple of lines and came back.
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Zabihian met Toot CEO and cofounder Sophia Parsa through a mutual friend in January 2015, and they have been working on Toot together ever since.
Once audits were completed and doctors and nurses in the clinic were using the toot appropriately, it was rolled out throughout the entire practice.
Commenting on the scourge of corporate restructuring taking place throughout the American industrial scene, Mr Toot feels people misunderstand what is happening.
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Kenny and his wife both worked at Santana Restaurant in Newcastle and his friends would toot their horn twice when they passed to remember him.
McFadden sees in the CMS a good toot to cope with the growing needs in academic content management.
com has done an excellent job over the last six weeks of increasing investor awareness and interest in TOOT.
Other releases include "Toot Toot," "It's a Wiggly Wiggly World," "Yule Be Wiggling," "Hoop-Dee-Doo It's a Wiggly Party," "Wiggly Safari" and "Wiggle Bay.
Last night Ryan, 25, said: "It is just a bit of fun and we are not asking people to toot.
Chief Supt Paul Forrester of Merseyside police said: "We're trying to encourage courteous driving and a sharp toot on the horn warns others, but a toot, toot, toot can be dangerous.
TEMPER LADand Boot 'n Toot were both matched at more than 100 to small amounts before being well supported in their races, going off at 16-1 and 14-1 respectively (similar odds on Betfair) yesterday.
Listen to that sound,'' the former president of the Northridge Kiwanis Club said, letting out a toot.
TOOT, TOOT: HSBC assistant manager Ramesh Mistrywith Thomas the Tank Engine, which will be in the bank on Children in Need day.