Idioms about footsie
- to flirt with, especially by clandestinely touching someone's foot or leg; be slyly or furtively intimate with.
- to seek advantage from, especially by discreet or stealthy means; curry favor with.
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How to use footsie in a sentence
Now, Bolduc’s main opponent, state Senate President Chuck Morse, has also been dancing around the issue, but it looks like Bolduc’s game of footsie with election denialism will win the day.The Last Chance For Election Deniers To Win Primaries|Nathaniel Rakich (email@example.com)|September 13, 2022|FiveThirtyEight
The first-time candidate comes across as a down-to-earth suburban dad, and he’s forged a coalition of Forever Trumpers and Never Trumpers by avoiding too much substance and playing footsie with the “big lie”.Here’s who has the edge in the Virginia governor race|The Ranking Committee|October 29, 2021|Washington Post
A sign that the Gulf States and/or Turkey told the White House they were getting out if the footsie continued?
The Federal Reserve, which was just caught playing footsie with Goldman Sachs, is as shadowy as it is powerful.
A century ago, or more, it was the Democratic Party that was playing footsie with the Ku Klux Klan.Republicans Are Racists? No, It’s Just All a Big Coincidence|Michael Tomasky|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For now, Lieberman seems most comfortable playing footsie with the Democrats.
This weekend, Sarah Palin again played footsie with a 2012 presidential run.
He was evidently not going to play footsie with, or show any favoritism whatever toward, any woman aboard the ship.Masters of Space|Edward Elmer Smith
If you think you can make your bed by playing footsie with an old fud who has only a year to go, try it.The Trouble with Telstar|John Berryman
D'you think I'd even try to play footsie with Barbara Warner?Subspace Survivors|E. E. Smith