1. a child's word for locomotive
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How To Use choo-choo In A Sentence

  • Our train uncoupled and went choo-chooing along to rescue the stranded passengers.
  • Emma's classes have stomped on imaginary snow monsters, jumped like bunnies, and learned to follow like choo-choo trains.
  • We are going to choo-choo far away tomorrow.
  • The grandfather was dressed as a choo-choo train bound for Wonderland.
  • Because he loves trains and he's my dad, and hey, how often does a girl get to spend some quality time with her old man and treat him to five-star trip on the choo-choo of his dreams?
  • I like to explain that a haemoglobin molecule is like a choo-choo train with four empty carriages.
  • Charlie the Choo-Choo, the title proclaimed, Story and Pictures by Beryl Evans. The Waste Lands
  • Brian likes to play with the jigsaws and the choo-choo at school.
  • It's a glass-ceilinged luxury choo-choo rolling through yet more jaw-dropping countryside with waiters attending to your every need. The Sun
  • And then as you go along, that little choo-choo starts adding things.
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