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Tiptoe dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. I stole in on tiptoe.
2. They approached, almost on tiptoe.
3. He walked from the room, and he walked on tiptoe.
4. He picke d it up a nd tiptoe d to the door a ga in.
5. He went on tiptoe to the nursery door and opened it.
6. He waited, went out on tiptoe and ran down the stairs.
7. Douglas and John and Charlie went on tiptoe out the door.

8. Sean had to smile as he listened to her tiptoe around him.
9. She raised herself on tiptoe and looked at herself in it.
10. He raised himself on tiptoe and touched this band of zinc.
11. I step out of my room and tiptoe to the landing to listen.
12. He stood on tiptoe and peeped through one of these windows.
13. Thomas stood on tiptoe to look out of the grave and said:.
14. She went up to him, stood on tiptoe, and kissed him lightly.
15. He stepped softly on tiptoe, as if afraid of waking some one.
16. Gerasim opened one of the shutters and left the room on tiptoe.
17. Gerásim opened one of the shutters and left the room on tiptoe.
18. She’ll stand on tiptoe for you in a grey and tattered tutu.
19. He descended the two steps on tiptoe, and called for the porter.
20. Then he would raise his head again and go on tiptoe to look at her.
21. Standing on tiptoe, he was able to wrap his arms around the corpse.
22. Andrew, her eldest boy, imitating his mother, followed her on tiptoe.
23. After this performance, he smiled sweetly and left the room on tiptoe.
24. All the household had moved about on tiptoe since Karmazinov's arrival.
25. Now, on tiptoe, he boxed the air around the pub and voiced his protest.
26. A moment more and the little girl, standing on tiptoe, had reached the.
27. He could not walk well on tiptoe and his whole body jerked at each step.
28. June ignored the whistles and stood on tiptoe to whisper to Harry I'm so.
29. I stood in front of the fence on tiptoe and peered through the broken slat.
30. Tiptoe in the laundry room and put your dirty clothes in the empty washer.
31. Entering the divannaia he crossed it on tiptoe, seeming to hold his breath.
32. I'm sure you meant to slip into her room on tiptoe, without my hearing you.
33. Little Andrew, her eldest boy, imitating his mother, followed her on tiptoe.
34. Lenehan, rising to tiptoe, fanned his face rapidly with the rustling tissues.
35. Trying not to make a noise, I went to my room on tiptoe and sat down on my bed.
36. Prince Andrew got up and went on tiptoe up to the little bed, wineglass in hand.
37. I don’t think I can, she said, standing on tiptoe to kiss him on the cheek.
38. Then, without warning, Julianne stood on tiptoe to let her lips brush against his.
39. It was only glued on, so it was easy for me to pry out even while standing on tiptoe.
40. Anna Mikhaylovna, with the letter, came on tiptoe to the countess’ door and paused.
41. Anna Mikháylovna, with the letter, came on tiptoe to the countess’ door and paused.
42. Prince Vasili said something to Lorrain in passing and went through the door on tiptoe.
43. Noirtier's room; Morrel followed her on tiptoe; at the door they found the old servant.
44. Holmes entered on tiptoe, waited for me to follow, and then very gently closed the door.
45. Rising lithely she came to him, rose on tiptoe and flung her arms about his massive neck.
46. Prince Vasíli said something to Lorrain in passing and went through the door on tiptoe.
47. Zoleka put her arms round his neck, stood on tiptoe, and kissed him as if she would die.
48. He went to the window, rose on tiptoe and looked out into the yard for a long time with.
49. She went on tiptoe, expecting a rush of yellow figures through the arches at any instant.
50. He crept on tiptoe to the door, stealthily opened it and began listening on the staircase.
51. I succeeded in stealing in very quietly, on tiptoe, and suddenly embracing and kissing her.
52. And he was on the tiptoe of expectation that she would come up to him, would lift her veil.
53. Softly and noiselessly, step by step, he approached the window, and raised himself on tiptoe.
54. She put her hands on his shoulders and stood on tiptoe to reach up and peck him on the cheek.
55. I tiptoe through our empty living room eyeing the primordial, mismatching couch and recliner.
56. The child, with a sort of terrified obedience, rose on tiptoe, and struck a pane with her fist.
57. He felt that he was very close to that which he had come in search of, and he walked on tiptoe.
58. She went several times to his door on tiptoe and listened, as he lighted one pipe after another.
59. They came on tiptoe, closing the door behind them, and stood at the foot of the bed, looking on.
60. Levin tried again to move away on tiptoe, but the sick man stirred again and said: ‘Don’t go.
61. Her only beef was that she had to tiptoe around the apartment if I was meditating in the bedroom.
62. Desa was a bright and forthright person, she didn't tiptoe around things and she didn't hold back.
63. Then, just as the chain was about to start again, she stood on tiptoe and whispered into his ear:.
64. He approached the room on tiptoe, went down two steps into it and in a faint voice called the porter.
65. She approached him, put the cooler box full of food on his desk, then she stood on tiptoe to kiss him.
66. They were met by a deacon with a censer and by a servant who passed out on tiptoe without heeding them.
67. Then, suddenly raising herself on tiptoe and resting her hands lightly on his shoulders, she kissed him.
68. Barrad stretched up on tiptoe to reach the tankard, struggling to retain his grip on the monstrous handle.
69. I crept past them on tiptoe with my final armful, and was careful to move about in the kitchen very quietly.
70. Halloran, on tiptoe, breathing heavily, and with head turning slowly, followed the movements of the racers.
71. At a single gesture from him everyone went out on tiptoe, leaving the great man to himself and his emotion.
72. Then he got up on tiptoe, and respectfully and carefully lifted the table-cloth from the table in the corner.
73. And so, swallowing hard, he turned and began to edge slowly forward, walking on tiptoe with pantomime stealth.
74. He would slip in by the back door, almost always very late at night, and sneak away on tiptoe just before dawn.
75. That’s why we have to tiptoe past the tree, in case our thunderous footsteps send a branch to the ground?
76. She then stood on tiptoe and found something on the ceiling (did it matter what?) to drape the opposite end around.
77. He went to the window, rose on tiptoe and looked out into the yard for a long time with an air of absorbed attention.
78. Everyone walked on tiptoe, and spoke in whispers, afraid even of coughing or of clinking a teaspoon on the sideboard.
79. They used to go upstairs together on tiptoe, each with a candle, and on the third landing exchange reluctant goodnights.
80. The Hindu goddess of wealth, Lakshmi, is often portrayed standing on tiptoe, ready to dart away in the blink of an eye.
81. I did exactly the same things: went in on tiptoe, took hold of her firmly by the wrist, and led her out without a word.
82. Somehow I couldn’t get over the thrill I’d experienced yesterday when he’d had me up on tiptoe pressed up against him.
83. During the prayer the door was softly opened: a gentleman in clerical dress entered on tiptoe and knelt down next to Mr Didlum.
84. Then he crept onwards again upon tiptoe, very, very softly and slowly, until he had reached the case in the centre of the room.
85. And Natasha rose and went out of the room on tiptoe, like a ballet dancer, but smiling as only happy girls of fifteen can smile.
86. Skull-cap in hand, he came in on tiptoe, in order to disturb no one, always repeating the same phrase, Good evening, everybody.
87. He came to himself immediately and jumped up, and, going on tiptoe, silently opened the door and stood listening on the landing.
88. She tried to tiptoe as lightly as possible down the corridor, blushing and hoping that her sisters would not hear her footsteps.
89. And Natásha rose and went out of the room on tiptoe, like a ballet dancer, but smiling as only happy girls of fifteen can smile.
90. She then went away, walking on tiptoe out of the room, as if she supposed her young friend's affliction could be increased by noise.
91. After waiting till they had got some distance off, he left the room on tiptoe and hurried down as fast as his legs would carry him.
92. He looked inquiringly at his monitress and saw that she was again going on tiptoe to the reception room where they had left Prince.
93. She then went away, walking on tiptoe out of the room, as if she supposed her young friend’s affliction could be increased by noise.
94. He was about to move forward, but first looked round, then moving on tiptoe, as though he felt guilty, he advanced towards the children.
95. She took his head in both her hands, raising herself on tiptoe in order to be on a level with him, and tried to read his hope in his eyes.
96. Rising on tiptoe and leaning over as far as she could without catching her jacket on the branches, she peered down at the shore below her.
97. On receiving it, he ran on tiptoe to his study in alarm and haste, trying to escape notice, closed the door, and began to read the letter.
98. He never left until he was sure I was feeling better, when he would disappear as silently as he had arrived and I would tiptoe back to bed.
99. Barnes--why didn't _she_ talk? She couldn't surely intend, because once I had a headache, to go on tiptoe for the rest of our days together?
100. They immediately climbed up the throat of the sea-monster, and, having reached his immense mouth, they began to walk on tiptoe down his tongue.
1. Meade, pressed in the crowd, tiptoeing to get a better view.
2. The laughter came tiptoeing, sneaking, and then she heard him.
3. The door creaked open and Henry started tiptoeing into the room.
4. So they went tiptoeing stealthily down, the one behind the other.
5. I jumped silently to the ground and started tiptoeing my way closer to it.
6. Once Wade came tiptoeing up the stairs and stood outside the door, wailing.
7. Tiptoeing into the room, he eased the door closed and crouched near the head of the bed.
8. Nervously, Irma followed her tiptoeing friend into the house, wondering what she had in mind.
9. Tiptoeing, so as not to make a sound, but why she didn’t know, she made her way to the bed.
10. Once again, Gregory chose his words warily, tiptoeing across a raging river on carefully placed stepping stones.
11. Francis dressed in casual clothes and began tiptoeing out of the room when he heard Krishna say, Good morning, my brother.
12. Then, in the triangular-eyed pumpkin shine, all house lights out, he cried, ‘Hush! Follow me!’ tiptoeing toward the cellar.
13. The boys had been too absorbed to notice the hush that had stolen upon the school awhile before when the master came tiptoeing down the room and stood over them.
14. Once they were a year old, you started tiptoeing around them, you started looking at them sideways with disgust and embarrassment like a guest in your home who just farted.
15. The girl went off a pace or two, confronting the mocking curiosity of the eyes, then flung back to the stirrup, tiptoeing, her enraged face turned up to Nostromo with a pair of blazing eyes.
16. It was well past midnight, with the boys having been asleep for a few hours, when two men silently entered their room, tiptoeing to their bed while each holding a thick pillow in their hands.
17. Then there had been tiptoeing feet and hushed voices, muffled knocks on the door, neighbors rustling in to whisper sympathy and occasional sobs from Frank’s sister who had come up from Jonesboro for the funeral.
18. Come and look at this, she’d said to Perry, and he’d come in and stood next to her, and they’d watched them sleep for a few minutes before grinning at each other and tiptoeing out to have a drink to celebrate Christmas Eve.
19. BLOOM: (In tattered mocassins with a rusty fowlingpiece, tiptoeing, fingertipping, his haggard bony bearded face peering through the diamond panes, cries out) I see her! It's she! The first night at Mat Dillon's! But that dress, the green! And her hair is dyed gold and he.
1. Then Amber tiptoed back to bed.
2. Cathleen bent down and Melanie tiptoed.
3. We then tiptoed across the creaky floor.
4. Meanwhile, Sati tiptoed to the parapet.
5. Her fingers tiptoed along his collarbone.
6. Bud Grace tiptoed up to Frank and Nelson.
7. He tiptoed away, found a large stone, and.
8. She tiptoed over and closed the window and.
9. Jaden tiptoed to the staircase and listened.
10. I tiptoed over to his desk in the next room.
11. The expose tiptoed around the word ‘lied’.
12. Chepe tiptoed to the sink and turned on the tap.
13. Later on he tiptoed back into the apartment with.
14. Charlie and John tiptoed up the front-porch steps.
15. So I tiptoed along, and got down stairs all right.
16. Mary tiptoed out of the room and hurried downstairs.
17. I tiptoed down the stairs and unwrapped the package.
18. He tiptoed by him to the table behind his uncle's chair.
19. She opened his back door and tiptoed slowly into the lab.
20. I tiptoed upstairs to the room that Clara was staying in.
21. Carroll took off his shoes, and tiptoed quietly upstairs.
22. I quietly tiptoed out of their room and went into my room.
23. Ashi tiptoed over to the window and stared out at the snow.
24. I twisted my neck and head back and then tiptoed on my hind.
25. I tiptoed down a deserted stone corridor, desperate to escape.
26. Darek hid himself carefully and tiptoed around, stalking him.
27. He tiptoed to the kitchen, scribbled a note then quietly left.
28. Early in the morning she tiptoed again and said goodbye to me.
29. I tiptoed over to the container that held the life raft, which.
30. She was thirsty and opened her door carefully tiptoed to the kitchen.
31. Silently he tiptoed toward the enemy officer, approaching from behind.
32. He tiptoed out of the room and down the hall toward the master bedroom.
33. He then tiptoed into the kitchen, still wearing his Battle Forge pajamas.
34. Harry heard a scraping of chairs, and tiptoed quietly over to the elevator.
35. Jones tiptoed his way from the bedroom and listened to Riley then Metcalfe.
36. Moving quietly so as not to wake Robert up, she tiptoed out of the bedroom.
37. Then it was off to a brief make-up call before they tiptoed onto the stage.
38. Daniel Craig gave Nancy a respectful look as they tiptoed past the bloody corpses.
39. Eynochia softly tiptoed into Orphenn’s quarters, scared that the hydraulic door.
40. I was worried and tiptoed to the door that separated the salons from the bedrooms.
41. He tiptoed in the room hoping that he would wake the person up but wasn't so lucky.
42. She tiptoed in and opened her dresser draws and got a change of clothes for herself.
43. Then she slipped out into the dimly lit hallway and tiptoed toward Kathleen’s room.
44. Melanie patted her shoulder and Pittypat tiptoed heavily about the room pulling down the.
45. As I tiptoed from the porch I heard my taxi feeling its way along the dark road toward the house.
46. He tiptoed so his wife wouldn’t hear him coming but soon realized she was nowhere to be found.
47. They tiptoed through the grass to a small shed that stood by itself between a couple of apple trees.
48. Scarlett tiptoed above the crowd and saw the captain of the militia mounting the orchestra platform.
49. The guard on the right side of the tower left his seat and tiptoed over to inspect the cause of the sound.
50. I tiptoed back out of the room, closed the door and headed quickly over to the bathroom directly opposite.
51. He’d swear she tiptoed out around four in the morning, grabbed a bite of food, and ran back to her room.
52. The corridor was empty and quiet so she tiptoed out and looked at the reception area of the police station.
53. Before I could absorb what I was experiencing, Si tiptoed out onto, in my estimation, the edge of the earth.
54. We tiptoed down the stairs, then he led me to the rear of the house, into the kitchen and out the back door.
55. Harris over and smiled, a bit amusedly, as she tiptoed to the glazed glass door, opened it, and put her head in.
56. Steeling himself, he rolled his sleeve down and tiptoed along the hall past the living room, his candle flickering.
57. She was in such haste that as she tiptoed out of the attic she dropped her red shawl and did not know it had fallen.
58. I put on the pants and shirt, then tiptoed to the mud room and slipped out the side door, hugging the house shadows.
59. Therese backed up to the stairwell, and as she tiptoed away, she heard Carol say, I’ll wait and tell her tomorrow.
60. He clambered unsteadily to his feet and tiptoed across, treading carefully between the sleeping forms of the other survivors.
61. Aya, content that no one was around for at least a mile, peeled off her dress and tiptoed into the lake, shivering at the cold.
62. Midge and Stick tiptoed across the dorm, opened the door at the far end of the room, and quietly slid into the corridor behind it.
63. When her mother tiptoed a moment later to peek into the room, she saw Cecy's body on the bed, the chest not moving, the face quiet.
64. He chose to go left and tiptoed along the middle of the corridor, careful to avoid activating hidden doors and giving himself away.
65. I slipped downstairs, tiptoed past the drawing room, plucked an umbrella from the stand near the door and left without her noticing.
66. She sank her face into the pillow again and, after a whispered conference, the two went down the stairs: standing over her tiptoed out.
67. Few minutes later Rose tiptoed while holding her shoes, one in each hand, because she didn’t want to wake Alex’s mother and sisters.
68. Jags tiptoed into the room and forgot that the heavy door slams shut, if you let go of the handle, a split second later there was a BANG!.
69. She tiptoed over the floor that was icy cold against her naked feet, gathered her nightgown around her and quickly crawled under the duvet next to Elior.
70. Quietly she tiptoed through the garage and up the stairs—unaware that her father was sitting on a chair behind the cars, waiting, hoping he would see his son.
71. They tiptoed out of their bedroom, into the long corridor, past the closed door of Mademoiselle Dunas's bedroom, down the steep back stairs that led to the kitchen.
72. The boy tiptoed to the other side of the table and sat on the stool Simon had made for him in the autumn, when the cold snap drove the rest of the villagers indoors.
73. Very early one morning, Louie tiptoed from his room without telling anyone where he was going, slid into his Plymouth, put his foot on the gas, and didn’t stop until he was high in the mountains.
74. They tiptoed back through the deserted corridors, Will feeling a crazy urge to whistle as he often did past the graveyard at sundown, Dad asking what made them late, and they trying to remember all the places they hid in one day.
75. When she was gone, I put on a simple day dress, stuck a hat on my head as well as I could over the elaborate arrangement of curls, and tiptoed to Henry’s study in my stocking feet with my coat over my arm and my boots in my hand.
76. She quietly got off the bed and tiptoed to the window she peered behind the curtain, it was dark outside, could it be that she had slept for that long? She turned around to observe Ali's clothes, searching her mind to remember if it was the same one he had on earlier or not.
77. She hastened down Baker Street to avoid the all seeing She tiptoed down the stairs and out of the house while Cookie bawled on eyes of the neighbors and sat down on a carriage block on Ivy Street in front of a burned house, to wait for some passing carriage or wagon which would give her a ride.
78. Last week at this very time I'd been a wanderer, hopelessly without companions, and then Quinn had come into my life, with a letter in his pocket, needing my help, and Stirling had tiptoed into my flat, daring me to discover him, and soon all of Blackwood Manor had materialized around me, Stirling became a player in my life, Aunt Queen had been cruelly lost on the very night I'd made her acquaintance, and then our beloved Merrick, gone from us, and now I was being drawn into the knowledge of the Mayfairs, and I was what? Scared?
79. The quaker librarian, quaking, tiptoed in, quake, his mask, quake, with haste,.
1. On tiptoes, through the splintered.
2. The door opens and ebele tiptoes out.
3. Burby waved, bouncing on her tiptoes.
4. She rose on her tiptoes and kissed him.
5. Lifting onto her tiptoes she kissed him.
6. Then she stands on her tiptoes and kisses me.
7. I stand on my tiptoes and press my lips to his.
8. For a second maybe, I was standing on my tiptoes.
9. I stand on my tiptoes, lift my head, and kiss him.
10. Terri stood on her tiptoes to kiss Bill’s forehead.
11. Olive stood on her tiptoes to look at the front page.
12. Jennifer stood on her tiptoes and moved her lips up to my ear.
13. I stood on tiptoes, saw nothing behind the window but shadows.
14. I stand on my tiptoes and squint in the direction of the sound.
15. Wilson raised a question whether even her tiptoes touched the floor.
16. I stand on my tiptoes and push the needle in, my hand shaking a little.
17. It had the desired effect: People craned their necks, pointed, stood on tiptoes.
18. Kwonowski’s wife stood on tiptoes and whispered something in her husband’s ear.
19. Standing on tiptoes, she put her face up to the dirty Perspex window and peered in.
20. He stood on tiptoes, spun gracefully, dipped to his knees, straightened, and spun again.
21. I stand on my tiptoes to kiss him again, and he presses his finger to my lips to stop me.
22. Where else? She stepped up on the lower shelf, on her tiptoes, and wiggled the bin down.
23. Marie-Laure stands on her tiptoes and presses her ear to the roofing beneath the slates.
24. Hal stood on tiptoes, feeling his shirt riding up and exposing his midriff to the cold air.
25. Yes! Thank you, dear sir! Thank you! Flying up on her tiptoes to plant a kiss on his.
26. She stood on her tiptoes to whisper into his ear, You come back to me, with our sons!.
27. I stood on my tiptoes and kissed him on the cheek, I grabbed my jacket and he followed me out.
28. There was no handle, only a small window I could barely see through, even standing on my tiptoes.
29. Every time the ladies glanced around they found empty rooms and quietly shut on tiptoes front doors.
30. She stood on her tiptoes, braced against our wall, her neck stretched and her mouth reaching for air.
31. She stretched up her arms, put them around his neck, and, getting up on tiptoes, kissed him on the mouth.
32. I searched the group, standing on my tiptoes and finally standing on a log to see if Jessica was with them.
33. Getting on his tiptoes again, with a hard, short punch, he shattered one of the eight-inch by ten-inch panes.
34. Sunday fled on tiptoes down the hall, into the dining room, and through the Visqueen into the construction area.
35. Cant I fix a special meal without your being suspicious? I went to him, raised up on tiptoes and kissed him.
36. She stops next to a locked door and stands on her tiptoes, peering at the base of the blue lamp hanging from the ceiling.
37. She put her arms around the marine’s neck and, even though she was a tall girl she still had to stand on tiptoes to reach.
38. She looks over my head at the door and then stands on her tiptoes to see all the bunks—checking if they’re empty, probably.
39. Four days after Margaret Thatcher’s combat force sets sail from southern England, Ronald Reagan tiptoes into the Caribbean Sea.
40. Wilson’s eyes fell upon Tom; he started up on his tiptoes and then would have collapsed to his knees had not Tom held him upright.
41. Now you’re cracking jokes? Are you sick or something? Are you a robot? She stands on her tiptoes, grabs my arms, and shakes me.
42. Eyes brilliant, up on her tiptoes, at the back of the crowd, one hand shoved in a pocket, the other cramming a cheeseburger in her mouth.
43. CAMERA CUTS TO SARAH as she clutches her open mouth in shock, then swiftly tiptoes to her room where she picks her cell and call the police.
44. On tiptoes, Greg darted across the concrete deck toward the draw arm, following the man, who by now had bolted around the corner and up the ramp.
45. A tense silence reigned as Zogar Sag turned toward the forest, raised on his tiptoes and sent a weird inhuman call shuddering out into the night.
46. He reached up on tiptoes and peered over a circle of heads into the garage which was lit only by a yellow light in a swinging wire basket overhead.
47. About three couples, besides me, were waiting for tables, and they were all shoving and standing on tiptoes to get a look at old Ernie while he played.
48. I remembered him pulling her out of his room by an arm, her whole body almost sideways, Michelle up on tiptoes, moving with him to keep from being dragged.
49. The occupants of the tavern cried out as they saw a man standing on his tiptoes with his guts writhing yet nothing held or touched him that they could see.
50. And this? Ha, ha! What have we here? Tiptoes! tiptoes! Square, too, quite unusual boots! They come, they go, they come again—of course that was for the cloak.
51. I remember the door distinctly and also the three concrete stairs that led up to it, the way I had to stand on tiptoes to see through the window in the upper half.
52. This! She stood up on her tiptoes, threw her arms around my neck and kissed me with all the passion that I had remembered from our encounter on the beach and more.
53. Cam slowed down his pace, watching the two exchange flirty smirks before Claire got on her tiptoes and Cayden placed his hands on both sides of her head, leaned down and kissed her long and hard.
54. Viewed individually, each company's capital investment decision appeared costeffective and rational; viewed collectively, the decisions neutralized each other and were irrational (just as happens when each person watching a parade decides he can see a little better if he stands on tiptoes).
55. When he had opened the door, he went in first, and thought he would cover up the picture, that the King should not see it; but it was of no use, for the King stepped upon tiptoes and looked over his shoulder; and as soon as he saw the portrait of the maiden, which was so beautiful and glittered with precious stones, he fell down on the ground insensible.

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