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  • v. Present participle of tiptoe.


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  • Glancing in at the big chair he saw Polly just tiptoeing from the room.


  • Malone wondered how best to announce himself, and regretfully gave up the idea of tiptoeing up to the girl, placing his hands over her eyes, kissing the back of her neck and crying:


  • For the Giants, there's a little bit of pressure on Brandon Jacobs, who was criticized for "tiptoeing" last week by Tony Siragusa.

    Greg Hanlon: Giants - Chiefs Preview: Two Ends of the NFL Spectrum

  • HENDERSON: Yes, I mean that certainly seems like what she was kind of tiptoeing around.

    CNN Transcript Aug 12, 2009

  • JARVIS: So it's a very strange kind of tiptoeing around Obama in this campaign.

    CNN Transcript Mar 9, 2008

  • And I guess I'll have to say, how do you feel about that in terms of the kind of tiptoeing around the --

    Remarks By The President In Pbs Conversation On Race

  • Greenstalk drifted closer, "tiptoeing" off the ceiling with her tendrils.

    A Fire Upon the Deep

  • Aquino Jr. and served as Corzaon Aquino's executive secretary when she was president, has annoyed President Aquino by saying he's running the government "like a student council" and accusing him of "tiptoeing" to China.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • In other news, Brandon Jacobs had little to say about FOX sideline reporter Tony Siragusa, who said Jacobs was "tiptoeing" instead of running hard this season.


  • "tiptoeing" around the Ethical Considerations, Perhaps to their Peril

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