- n. colloquial A domestic cat (species Feles catus.)
- n. informal terms referring to a domestic cat
- kitty (from kitten 'young cat') + cat (Wiktionary)
“From doberman sweaters to kitty-cat flats, animals are hounding fashion this fall.”
“If it is even one minute late I will go to the animal shelter and get you a kitty-cat.”
“I will let you fall in love with that kitty-cat and then on some dark, cold night I will steal away into your home and punch you in the face.”
“One that I think of as a butterfly is a woman who “shelved” my kitty-cat.”
“I pitched my vampire kitty-cat novel to Kathy, and she said “Send it.””
“This reinforces the lesson I learned with the kitty-cat novel — storytelling and writing craft abilities aside, my ability to get it right is only 98 percent accurate.”
“When she puts on her kitty-cat costume backward, she "looks like a transvestite ninja," Virginia notes. ...”
“Similarly, when he gets to the point in the song where he refers to his soon-to-be-refurbished automobile as "a real pussywagon," that word will be replaced onscreen by a cheeky image of a kitty-cat saying "Meow.”
“An added feel-good bonus: this year, all the pillows and stuffing discarded in Union Square is going to a local, no-kill animal shelter to be used as doggy/kitty-cat bedding.”
“She was like a cat—a sweet, tiny little kitty-cat, but this one had a baby in her belly.”
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