The establishment has to tiptoe around her and handle her delicately.
Romney, on account of his wealthy personal life, has to tiptoe around policies that redistribute wealth upward.
You must tell George that he must walk on tiptoe and not speak—otherwise he will die someday.
If Romney tries to run or tiptoe away, he will trip over his own flip-flops.
A couple of ladies, standing on tiptoe, are scribbling over it with eyeliner and lipstick.
And he went quickly back to his chair on tiptoe, followed by Sheridan's puzzled gaze.
He has a kind of strutting dignity, and is tall by walking on tiptoe.
Tess actually went on tiptoe when she passed the house where her schoolmate lay so ill.
Every man, woman, and child in Dunedin knew the car, and there was tiptoe excitement.
They walked round and round each other, seeming almost to tiptoe in their efforts to browbeat.