The Kansas State wildcats, meanwhile, are protected by a Thundercats-inspired Willie the wildcat.
At eleven o'clock that morning the fat bad actor confessed, and in his confession the wildcat was cleared.
"I don't mean to be tied up like a wildcat," said the captain doggedly.
A wildcat might at any moment be seen watching from the crotch of a tree, or a bear might suddenly emerge from the thicket.
They'd a' been at wildcat last Friday ef we hedn't skeered 'em so.
If he ever wakes up right we'll have a wildcat on our hands.
A wildcat, as yet superless, screamed its envy from a cliff a half a mile away.
All the stevedore crew were members of the wildcat's own race.
I'm not afraid of anything; but I'm not going to put my head in the wildcat's mouth.
It was "wildcat Rag," and Milton struck the outspread newspaper with his clenched fist.
Done or ventured individually, apart from ordinary corporate structures: a wildcat well/ a wildcat cab (1883+)
To drill for oil, esp without strong corporate and financial backing (1877+)
[fr the independent behavior of feral felines; in the 1840s a Western bank issued banknotes picturing a wildcat and then suspended payment; in early 1900s show business, to wild-cat meant to book a theater tour day-by-day]