verb (used without object)
noun, plural puss·y·foots.
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Words nearby pussyfoot
Example sentences from the Web for pussyfoot
Mr. Pussyfoot Johnson has told a Glasgow audience that he is no kill-joy, but smokes cigars.
He had been called many things—loan-shark, skinflint, tightwad, pussyfoot—but he had never before been called a flirt.Main Street|Sinclair Lewis
It appears that the man called the lamp-post "Pussyfoot," and the latter promptly knocked him down.
Converting a pussyfoot into liquid measure with caustic soda water.The Nurserymatograph|A Lawyer
But that is another story, and might bring Mr. Pussyfoot Johnson on the scene before his time.What I Saw in America|G. K. Chesterton