- adv, adjAmericanabsolutely (right). An adjective used to intensify, as in the cliche expression 'damn/darn tootin' right', whence the shortened version 'darned tootin'' or simply 'tootin'', meaning correct. The word is ultimately derived from 'rootin'-tootin'', originally meaning cheering and whistling.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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tootin' — adjective N. Amer. informal used for emphasis: ‘You re angry, aren t you?’ ‘Darn tootin .’ … English new terms dictionary
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darn tootin' — 1. adjective a) Absolutely correct; speaking the truth. Pink . . . nodded assent. Youre durn tootin’ its right! he testified. b) Absolute, utter, complete, very. I’ve decided that Wii Fit is darn tootin’ fun … Wiktionary
hootin' tootin' — adjective Of or pertaining to hooliganism. Well have a hootin tootin gay ol time! … Wiktionary
darn\ tootin' — Agreeing with strongly. Do you want to go to the mall tonight? Darn Tootin! … Dictionary of american slang
darn\ tootin` — damn right usually say with a pug smile on your face; said to be stupid. Also used as an answer after some one says something really dumb hey! Did you know that cows have utters? You re DARN TOOTIN … Dictionary of american slang
rootin’-tootin — [adj] rowdy boisterous, disorderly, loud, loudmouthed, mischievous, noisy, rambunctious, raucous, unruly, uproarious, vigorous, wild; concept 401 … New thesaurus