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pussy-cat

n.

also pussycat, 1773, from pussy (n.1) + cat (n.).

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  • She walked in a pussy-cat fashion which would have suggested to any one watching her a dark burden on her conscience.

    The Rose Garden Husband Margaret Widdemer
  • Just pussy-cat him a little; and then he looks as if he'd take any amount of advice.

    In Blue Creek Caon Anna Chapin Ray
  • But the second sister was just like a pussy-cat; she loved comfort and the warm corners.

    The Girl from Sunset Ranch Amy Bell Marlowe
  • pussy-cat high, pussy-cat low, pussy-cat was a fine teazer of tow.

    Rhymes Old and New M.E.S. Wright
  • pussy-cat she came into a barn, With her bagpipes under her arm.

    Rhymes Old and New M.E.S. Wright
  • If it lay down, like yours or like pussy-cat's, it would get into an awful mess!

  • She is begging me for this pencil that she may "make a pussy-cat for Mamma to put in a frame."

  • And in this house there's Mrs. Boam, and Jenny, and the pussy-cat.

    Boy Woodburn Alfred Ollivant
  • I wish I was a pussy-cat, mamma, so I could have four yubber boots!

    Aunt Madge's Story Sophie May
  • The little Countess laughed and shook her head, until the diamond eyes in the pussy-cat mask danced with a thousand reflections.

    Miss Hildreth, Volume 3 of 3 Augusta de Grasse Stevens

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