Then the girl—she had to raise on her tiptoes—kissed the sad man on the cheek.
Short as he was, he had to raise himself on tiptoes in order to see anything.
Nevertheless he put on his trousers and slippers softly, and walked about on tiptoes.
"Maybe they steal out on their tiptoes," said Joe, innocently.
Paul starts, shivers, tiptoes to the door and tries the catch.
Behind this group, a child standing on tiptoes to see what is going on.
When the thing had stopped swinging, he stood on his tiptoes and smelled of it.
In order to thrust a tidbit into his mouth she must often stand on her tiptoes.
“You're losing it all,” he cried as he stood on his tiptoes.
He who stands on his tiptoes does not stand firm; he who stretches his legs does not walk (easily).