from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Used to express disappointment or sympathy.
- n. A sucking noise made by suddenly releasing the tongue from the hard palate, used to express disappointment or sympathy.
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- interj. An exclamation of disapproval.
- v. To make a tsk sound of disapproval.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. utter `tsk,' `tut,' or `tut-tut,' as in disapproval
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This new movie might have been way better if it was an altogether different movie. *shakes head, tsk tsk*
Sigh, the things i do for my deranged friends..tsk, tsk.
He was a lot nicer about it, than he should have been tsk, tsk
April 27, 2010 5: 57 PM tsk tsk tsk~ Dylan, i think u better blog ur way to become a parlimentarian.
Handy if you don't want to get caught driving while talking on your mobile device * tsk tsk*.
That could really do some damage and to just keep driving after your rusty muffler drops off your car .... how irresponsible. * tsk tsk* Luckily, it didn't hit the tires and nothing seemed to be leaking, although Vibey was purring a bit louder than normal.
It's a real shame to see how it is now. * tsk tsk*
They are probaby women that wear a size 18 and have a face only a mother could love ... tsk, tsk~
Candy bars have even become sometimes hard to stomach. * tsk tsk* i'm such an unbearable candy snob now.
I hope the Liberals, in the meantime, blanket the electorate with 10 percenters (I know … such an abuse of the franking privilege … * tsk tsk*) featuring images of Harper and John Howard captured while reciting the "Let's invade Iraq" speech, in unison.