American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A fight between or among cats.
- n. Informal A vociferous dispute: a catfight between farmers and the government over subsidies.
“Video of the catfight is shortly to be released on YouTube.”
“Hey, even I have to admit I love a good catfight, which is why I can ` t wait to bring you the ugliest, nastiest celebrity catfights, ever.”
“Any politician that would get into a "catfight" with Letterman is too thin-skinned to be a mayor, much less a governor or president of anything.”
“For one thing, it would just feed the stupid, sexist "catfight" narrative that the media is salivating over.”
“Our nation has too many problems for HRC to allow something of this nature to fester, when all she has to do is come out in strong support of Caroline and the 'catfight' memes dry up immediately!”
“Which is why I say, that it is best for Obama to stay above the fray and not engage this personal 'catfight' between folks who have 16 years of history ... before he even entered politics.”
“Well ...... after all, the (predominantly male) media does love a good 'catfight'.”
“That "catfight" puts Palin on the defensive and forces her to spend part of her public spotlight currency elsewhere instead of spreading lies about Obama.”
“Pelosi made several missteps right off the bat and yes, it was a "catfight" between her and Harman.”
“The use of the word "catfight" is even more embarrassing than the butt.”
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