And once in a while, when someone tells him to move a toe, he does.
There was also great concern from some, that we would be forced to toe a line that did not reflect the will of our supporters.
My wife was burned from head to toe in the 9/11 attacks, and hundreds of my colleagues were killed.
Moderates have been driven from the GOP, with the remaining pragmatists forced to toe an ever more stringent party line.
Conservatives know deep down that they have to toe the line or risk banishment.
Laws, now, ye ought to seen toder day, when I's done stept on missus' toe.
The Little Doctor stopped the hammock with her toe and sat up.
The leg is behind the animal and the toe rests on the ground.
"I see," said Peter, deeply interested in the toe of his shoe.
As I do that, I touch the real spring with the toe of my shoe.
Old English ta (plural tan), contraction of *tahe (Mercian tahæ), from Proto-Germanic *taikhwo (cf. Old Norse ta, Old Frisian tane, Middle Dutch te, Dutch teen, Old High German zecha, German Zehe "toe"), probably originally meaning "fingers" as well (many PIE languages still use one word to mean both fingers and toes). The Old English plural tan survived in southwestern England to 14c. To be on (one's) toes "alert, eager" is recorded from 1921.
"touch or reach with the toes," 1813, from toe (n.). First recorded in expression toe the mark, which seems to be nautical in origin.
The chief mate ... marked a line on the deck, brought the two boys up to it, making them 'toe the mark.' [R.H. Dana, "Two Years Before the Mast," 1840]Related: Toed; toeing.
Any of the digits of a foot.
Very desirable; extremely attractive; dishy: constant companion of the to-die-for Marilyn Montgomery (1990s+)