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tout1 US English

Attempt to sell (something), typically by pestering people in an aggressive or bold manner

tout2 US English

Used before the name of a city to refer to its high society or people of importance

tout US Thesaurus

street merchants were touting their wares

hotel tout US English

A person whose job is to persuade travellers at railway stations, airports, etc., to stay at the hotel employing him or her.

tout court US English

With no addition or qualification; simply

tout de suite US English

Immediately; at once

per my et per tout US English

By joint tenancy; jointly and wholly (so that the whole property passes to the survivor of joint tenants, rather than falling into the deceased tenant's estate, as is the case with a tenancy in common).

mangetout US English

A pea of a variety with an edible pod, eaten when the pod is young and flat

Malgré tout in malgré US English

Malgré tout: despite everything.