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footsie

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfootsiefoot‧sie /ˈfʊtsi/ noun   play footsie (with somebody)
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footsieBut who will otherwise leave her undisturbed to play footsie with sweet Riva under the very nose of the current ben Issachar.Fed up with playing footsie with your missus?
Footsie, thethe FootsieFootsie, the  an informal name for the FT 100 Share IndexFrom Longman Business DictionaryFootsieFoot‧sie /ˈfʊtsi/ noun journalismFINANCE an informal name for the FINANCIAL TIMES-STOCK EXCHANGE INDEX OF 100 SHARES (FTSE 100)The Footsie closed 2.3 points higher at 2,840.0.an eventual 9.5 point gain on the Footsie to 2600.5the Footsie index
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