Definitions

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  • v. walk on one's toes

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Skwad members tippytoe owt an clik awf the lite as they goe.

    crumpled under weight of own cuteness - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • You will undoubtedly see many a joyous gain over the long term by investing in wines from Second-Tier châteaux, but ultimately you should extinguish any dreams that these wines might just one day muster enough demand to tippytoe their way up into the stratospheric price levels attained by stars like Latour or Ausone or Pétrus.

    Investing in Liquid Assets

  • And he couldn't tippytoe despite the buried eggs, another of which blew up a soldier not too far from him.

    Rulers of the Darkness

  • They've tippytoe here and then they'd go back to Washington and they'd tippytoe there.

    President Remarks To People Of Des Moines Ia

  • I couldn't figure out why, until I got to Washington and all the establishment in Washington tried to get me to tippytoe, too.

    President Remarks To People Of Des Moines Ia

  • Crask was saved by the fact that my tippytoe brushed his chin lightly, pushing him back.

    Dread Brass Shadows

  • It features the SoBe Lizards and Monsters vs. Aliens characters doing an updated swan lake ballet dance with less than nimble beefy NFL players on tippytoe.

    Adland

  • It features the SoBe Lizards and Monsters vs. Aliens characters doing an updated swan lake ballet dance with less than nimble beefy NFL players on tippytoe. read more

    Adland

  • At our house, if I don't ask for permission to tippytoe into the kitchen for an additional small serving of the main course, my spouse looks at me askance.

    SplicedFeed

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