Green’s Dictionary of Slang

pussy v.

[SE pussy, i.e. like a cat]

1. (Aus.) to move (in) quietly or unobtrusively.

[Aus]E. Dyson ‘Bricks’ in ‘Hello, Soldier!’ 31: Son pussied on his bingie [...] and he slugged a tubby Hun.
[US]J. Charyn Marilyn The Wild (2003) 123: Downtown, Isaac, that’s where we belong. Why are you pussying up here?
[Aus]Bulletin (Sydney) 26 Apr. 45: Marg pussies in to slew the manager and Ratty Jack is stallin’ close by waitin’ to entertain the mugs with his fit bit. I was gonna take.

2. (Scot./US, also pussy around) of a man, to play sexual games, to have sexual intercourse.

[Scot](con. mid-1960s) J. Patrick Glasgow Gang Observed 235: Pussyin’ aroun’ – playing about, mostly used in a sexual context.
[US]R. Shell Iced 195: I [...] partied, pussied and drugged in the early 80s.