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- n. A group of cats.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a group of cats.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a group of cats
May 19, 2007 at 12:23 pm group of cats is called a clowder akshully also is archaic form of clutter and thus more ellygant, forsooth
Did you know that a group of cats is called a clowder?
The performance of this clowder cast is captivating.
Participants were required to rearrange the panels of the not-so-sequential art to put them in narrative order -- and ultimately had to "do the math" and count a clowder of cartoon cats.
It also has fun facts – Did you know a group of kittens is called a ‘kindle’ and a group of cats a ‘clowder’?
Some examples: A shrewdness of apes, cete of badgers, army of caterpillars, knot of toads, unkindness of ravens, or a clowder of cats. link
How about a 'clutter' or 'cluster', 'clowder' or a 'glaring'.
Foolishly, they grossly over-estimated their appeal by booking the 02, only for the top tier to be curtained off and there being enough room for everyone to swing a clowder of cats downstairs.
Probable Claws, an entire clowder of shelter cats get the ball rolling when they eat some tainted kibble.
Maybe it had no reason to fear me, but why didn't it show any fear of a clowder that had slaughtered so many of its peers?
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