Kathy

or Kath·ie

[kath-ee]

Whitworth

[hwit-wurth, wit-]
noun
  1. Kathrynne AnnKathy, born 1939, U.S. golfer.
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  • Kathy, you're an angel; it's awfully good of you; but I—I can't take it, you know.

    Audrey Craven

    May Sinclair

  • Well, to tell you the truth, Kathy, no more can I. I haven't the time either.

    Audrey Craven

    May Sinclair

  • And yet, Kathy, whatever they may say, I don't believe she's bad.

    Audrey Craven

    May Sinclair

  • I would have loved you more, Kathy, if it hadn't been for Audrey.

    Audrey Craven

    May Sinclair

  • Forrester cursed Kathy for pointing out the flaw in his arrangements.

    Pagan Passions

    Gordon Randall Garrett