But because two can play at this game, I stand on tiptoe and kiss his cheek. Right on his bruise.
Natasha ran into the house and went on tiptoe through the half-open door into the sitting room, where there was a smell of vinegar and Hoffman's drops.
Cleansed, chlorinated to the point of chemical peel, sore muscles relieved, I felt almost human again. Tiptoe to my room, up a darkened hall, past closed doors, I wondered if I'd ever feel completely human again.
We don't want to have to tiptoe around. By law, the village has to give us zoning. As a religious institution, we're entitled to it. I don't see how we can lose.
If even dying is to be made a social function, then, grant me the favor of sneaking out on tiptoe without disturbing the party.
Learning sleeps and snores in libraries, but wisdom is everywhere, wide awake, on tiptoe.
Do let him read the papers. But not while you accusingly tiptoe around the room, or perch much like a silent bird of prey on the edge of your most uncomfortable chair. (He will read them anyway, and he should read them, so let him choose his own good time.) Don't make a big exit. Just go. But kiss him quickly, before you go, otherwise he might think you are angry he is used to suspecting he is doing something wrong.
I haven't had to do too many, or many explicit ones. Everybody feels weird, and everybody is trying to tiptoe around and make you think they're not there. The last time I did a love scene, I couldn't keep a straight face.
The idealist walks on tiptoe, the materialist on his heels.
Life isn't a tiptoe through the tulips.
We tiptoe on the issue. I don't believe in holding job fairs for illegal immigrants.
Real elation is when you feel you could touch a star without standing on tiptoe.
Love arrives on tiptoe and bangs the door when it leaves.
Religion stands on tiptoe in our land, Ready to pass to the American strand
Ethel Waters, the flaming tower of dusky regality, who knows how to make a song stand on tiptoe.