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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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tututu‧tu /ˈtuːtuː/ noun [countable]  DCCa short skirt made of many folds of stiff material, worn by ballet dancers
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tutuThe bride was going to get married in a tutu but we persuaded her against it.Big Daddy, that seemingly inflated octogenarian in a tutu, was the man, I am told, who succeeded.Most of the rest are self-conscious and feel as awkward doing infant care as they would pirouetting in a tutu.The trunks made me look like a toothpick inside a tutu.Kelly took dance out of the esoteric realm of swans and princes and tutus.These are no ordinary, doll-like swans in tutus and point shoes.From pink tutu to black overcoat?
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