from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The feline quality; the quality of being cat-like in manner or disposition.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun uncountable The state of being
- noun countable Any feline characteristic.
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I don't know them terribly well, but I really love their cats -- three fat, fluffy, hallway-wandering marvels of felinity who act as the third floor welcoming committee.
So I walk out into the living room to find some serious felinity going on on the couch.
DeCandido.net me on Facebook me on Twitter on this page... not quite the progress I was hoping for felinity
DeCandido.net me on Facebook me on Twitter on this page... felinity the tooth, the whole tooth, and nothing but the tooth which Heinlein book should you be a character in?
And speaking of felinity, Franklin Harris passes along a needed site that reminds us, "My Cat Hates You."
For their part, the house cats returned his gaze, affirming that each and every one of them knew their place in the hierarchy of felinity without a word, or a hiss, having to be spoken.
ALMOST to a man, the soldiers who arrive for the 1995 event are sinewy, not brawny; their movements evoke felinity and grace rather than raw power.
If there are cats, they're only emphasis upon universal felinity.
Her pointed remarks had not been inspired by sheer felinity.
Woman's femininity – and "the eternal feminine" means simply the eternal sexual – is more apparent in proportion to her humanity than the femininity of other animals in proportion to their caninity or felinity or equinity.