- kit fox,
- kit out,
- kit-cat club,
- kit-kat club,
- kitagawa utamaro,
Examples from the Web for kit-kat
His was probably the purest character among those of all the members of the Kit-kat.
Perhaps the most famous institution practicing this kind of ceremony in the eighteenth century was the Kit-Kat Club.The Merry-Thought: or the Glass-Window and Bog-House Miscellany. Part 1|Samuel Johnson [AKA Hurlo Thrumbo]
If the conversation of the Kit-kat was anything like that in this member's comedies, it must have been highly edifying.
He himself had tried to be a poet, and in 1703 wrote verses for the toasting-cups of the Kit-kat.
Addison must have been past forty when he became a member of the Kit-kat.
club founded by Whig politicians in London, 1703; so called from Christopher ("Kit") Catling, keeper of the tavern on Shire Lane, near Temple Bar, in which the club first met. Meaning "a size of portrait less than half length" (1754), supposedly is because the dining room in which portraits of club members hung was too low for half-length portraits.