On this particular night, after Rachels and kittys conversation, he was more than usually wakeful.
She had not seen Phil, and kittys account of him scarcely made her uneasy.
Plese tell miss Jaky ef she brushes kittys hare the wrong way evry day mebbe it will come curly.
It is not from that paragon of your life, Rachels and kittys mother.
The Captain laid his finger against certain marks in kittys record.
Gone out without permission, and been the cause of poor kittys favourite rats death.
Miss Griselda started at kittys words, looked anxiously at Mrs. Lovel and at a vacant chair, and spoke.
kittys words had enlightened her: Uncle Pete was the genie; and, of course, she was the good little fairy.
He saw the fire in kittys eyes and that Celias face was also flushed, but he did not think their anger was directed against him.
kittys laughing face, wreathed in smiles, was poked round the door.
"young cat," 1719, variant of kitten, perhaps influenced by kitty "girl, young woman" (c.1500), originally a pet form of fem. proper name Catherine. Kitty Hawk, N.C., apparently is a mangling of a native Algonquian name; it also has been written as Chicahauk.
"pool of money in a card game," 1887, probably from kit (n.1), in a sense of "collection of necessary supplies" (1833); but perhaps rather from northern England slang kitty "prison, jail, lock-up" (1825), of uncertain origin.