- v. present participle of toe.
“-- _Page_ 240.] "That's what I call toeing a man out of trouble," punned Dick, in the general relief that followed.”
“Her sound has been described as toeing the line between playful folk and pop, with some deep soul thrown in.”
“It's called toeing the line, as in reference to boot camp and showing up and the DI telling you to stand on the line as your journey into what it is to be a soldier begins.”
“On Stevens and Ginsburg, again, I do not see them "toeing" the dem party line.”
“The right wing, on the other hand, wants McCain's positions and statements covered positively regardless of their merits, as long as he toes the line (a toeing which is also to be covered positively) on core issues like abortion and immigration.”
“Inez Wilson was endangering her life and limb "toeing" and each time she pirouetted on those toes, without the usual padding of the oriental shaped supports, a perfect flock of other dancers slid from danger of her avalanche.”
“Each player after touching the outstretched hand of the "next to run" places himself at the rear of his row, which keeps moving forward so that the next to run is always "toeing" the original line.”
“The last player, having deposited the object in the circle, races back to the line which the front players were originally "toeing".”
“toeing" has to do with making sure you are obeying the race rules and ensuring your foot is not over the starting line before the starters gun gives the signal to lawfully cross the line, which of course is where the "line" part comes from.”
“Who would want to be treated like a pet, rewarded with financial doggie biscuits for toeing the line?”
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The delicious wonderful words that I love terribly dearly and without which, the world would be a less inventive and worthwhile place. Also, ostensibly, the reason 1984 and esperanto secretly suck.
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