a cat; pussy.
Informal. a person or thing not at all threatening: a pussycat underneath all his gruffness.
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How to use pussycat in a sentence
Aidy and I wanted to do an all-girl music video, in the style of pussycat Dolls.'SNL' Star Kate McKinnon's Big, 'Awesome,' Emmy-Nominated Year | Kevin Fallon | August 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
She starred in numerous Meyer movies, most notably in the cult classic Faster pussycat!
Whoever did what Luka Magnotta is accused of doing makes the Causeway Cannibal look like a pussycat.Canada’s 'Cannibal Killer:' Early Reports Warned About Luka Magnotta | Winston Ross | June 4, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
She ditched her folksy new sound for irresistible pop tunes and the scantily clad look of The pussycat Dolls.
Nicole Scherzinger is a two-time reality-show winner and former lead singer of The pussycat Dolls.
Logan wasn't much over five feet tall, and his flight suit made him look like a bald pussycat.Tight Squeeze | Dean Charles Ing
The only thing I knew for sure was that I wasn't going to hand over any helpless little pussycat to a guy with eyes like that.The Egyptian Cat Mystery | Harold Leland Goodwin
He's got a head on him like an observation balloon and a tongue that feels like a pussycat's back.Torchy As A Pa | Sewell Ford
I was quite willing to believe that the titan before me was able to perform the tiger-pussycat metamorphosis.Autobiography of a YOGI | Paramhansa Yogananda
"I noticed the Owl and the pussycat moored at the pier as we came by," he said.Horace Chase | Constance Fenimore Woolson
British Dictionary definitions for pussycat
an informal or child's name for a cat 1 (def. 1)
British informal an endearing or gentle person
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