Crossword clues for tut
- When repeated, a reproach
- King in a 1978 pop hit
- Boy king of ancient Egypt
- King in 1922 news
- Boy who was king
- When repeated, show disdain
- Egypt's "boy king"
- Bit of reproach
- When repeated, a rebuke
- King in a celebrated 1970s U.S. tour
- Subject of a 1976-79 Met exhibit
- When repeated, an old-fashioned cry
- When repeated, sound of disapproval
- Sound of disapproval
- Critical cluck
- King ___
- Indication of disapproval
- Steve Martin's "boy king"
- When repeated, an admonishment
- King who gained international prominence in 1922
- "King ___," song premiered on 27-Across on 4/22/78
- Boy king of antiquity
- When repeated, a mild reproach
- "You know better!"
- Steve Martin's "King ___"
- Half of a disapproving rebuke
- One of the kings in the Valley of the Kings, informally
- Syllable of faux rebuke
- Legendary boy king
- Steve Martin song subject
- Bit of a rebuke
- Ancient dynastic ruler, briefly
- "Shame on you!"
- "King _____" (1978 POP hit)
- Bit of reproof
- Oft-repeated sound of reproof
- Steve Martin song "King _____"
- Syllable of reproach
- Entombed king
- Sound of reproach
- The Boy King
- A discouraging word
- Egyptian boy king
- King of the 18th dynasty
- Boy king
- King of song
- "Pish posh!"
- Scolder's syllable
- King who toured the U.S. in 1977
- Pres. Hoover's dog King ___
- 3,300-year-old king
- "For shame!"
- King in a Steve Martin song
- His tomb was discovered in 1922
- Scolding syllable
- Egypt's King ___
- His tomb was found in 1922
- King in 1922 headlines
- He was well-preserved
- Disapproving syllable
- Son-in-law of Ikhnaton
- Discouraging word
- Boy king of Egypt
- Egyptologist's study
- В В King in 1922 news
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tut \Tut\ Be still; hush; -- an exclamation used for checking or rebuking.
Tut \Tut\, n. [Cf. Sw. tut a point, pipe, tube, Dan. tut a cornet.]
An imperial ensign consisting of a golden globe with a cross on it.
A hassock. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1520s, along with tush (mid-15c.), a natural interjection expressing impatient or dismissive contempt.
Etymology 1 interj. 1 tut tut; an expression of disapproval. 2 hush; be silent. vb. To make a tut tut sound of disapproval. Etymology 2
n. (context Internet slang English) A tutorial. Etymology 3
n. 1 An imperial ensign consisting of a golden globe with a cross on it. 2 (context UK obsolete dialect English) A hassock.
Tuts may refer to:
- Dental click, a sound used to express disapproval in English, often spelled as "tut" or "tsk"
The Tut is a river of Mizoram, northeastern India. It is a tributary of the Tlawng River.
Kevin Adams Jr. (born December 19, 1991), better known by his stage nameTUT, is an American rapper from Chattanooga, Tennessee. His debut mixtape, Preacher's Son, was released on January 5, 2015.
Usage examples of "tut".
It was pleasant at last to see him sitting in his chair in the dark little sitting room tut tut ting over the various items of news Mevrouw Beek was entertaining him with.
It was pleasant at last to see him sitting in his chair in the dark little sitting room tut- tut ting over the various items of news Mevrouw Beek was entertaining him with.
And when you showed me Festina and Tut, did I really sense their inner selves?
My only consolation was that Festina and Tut looked just as ridiculous.
Tut, Festina, and I threw ourselves forward, out the hatch, and into open air.
Tut began gathering his parachute, but Festina just waved at me to take care of hers while she set up a Sperm-field anchor.
Tut and Festina immediately went to examine the corpses, I turned my attention toward the disassembled machinery.
Plus Festina and Tut as soon as the Stage One system devised a way to rip them into smoke.
Nessa clucked and tutted at her while she leaned out over the parapet, passing her a bowl containing her one meal of the dayboiled neeps and flat bread.
When Alison explained that she was to accompany Milord in ten minutes, the valet tutted crossly and advised her to pick up a slice of the roast beef and a couple of chunks of bread.
Tutting over their age and lack of style, she pursed her lips and wondered if Milord might be planning to keep herself and Prettiman in his Town House to attend their young mistress.
When Laedo showed them his broken transductor, they clucked, tutted, and shook their heads.
The closest I ever got to ancient Egypt was doing a little overtime at the Tut exhibit.
Borri would find her and rebandage it, tutting over the swelling, trying to tell her that if she did not take care, the ankle would never mend properly.
Zorya Vechernyaya looked over his shoulder, tutted, and removed the wooden borscht bowls.