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  • n. Plural form of pussy-cat.

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Examples

  • I think we Democrats thought we were throwing some 'wild-cats' into the fray last November, only to find we actually tossed in some toothless old 'pussy-cats'.

    Antiwar Leader Tries To Light Fire Under Dems Over Iraq

  • His ministry recently had a chance to help overthrow the most murderously anti-gay government in the world and maybe save us all a nuclear war - and went off after governments that were pussy-cats by comparison...

    [heterophobia] family pride day in london tomorrow

  • The enemy had the Dems number and the Dems acted like a sack of mushy legged, pussy-cats, cringing in a corner, while the idiot fringe Neo-cons showed them up time after time.

    Why So Many May Vote Independent in 2008!

  • Vile as Bush's administration has been, they're pussy-cats compared to what they've let loose in Iraq:

    kids

  • Our pussy-cats are neutered, they're decent and they're clean

    The Neighbour's Cat

  • Sometimes he would make funny mistakes, putting green on the horses, and blue on the little dogs and pussy-cats, but this did not happen often.

    Harper's Young People, November 11, 1879 An Illustrated Weekly

  • Clamard who does not like pussy-cats, but is too well-bred to tell you so, and the marquise who flatters you, and Blondel!

    A Village of Vagabonds

  • You have seen only the fortunes of the rejected of the circulating libraries; wait till you have studied the fate of their favourites -- victims whom, like the pet-dogs of children, the publishers force to stand on their hind-legs, and be bedizened in their finery; or pet pussy-cats, whom they fondle into wearing spectacles and feeding on macaroones, instead of pursuing their avocations as honest mousers.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 55, No. 343, May 1844

  • [Illustration: "'Men seem to want to make just nice soft pussy-cats out of us, with ribbons round our necks, and hear us purr'" -- _Page 129_] "No, no -- not a bit," he assured her.

    The Fifth Wheel A Novel

  • Men seem to want to make just nice soft pussy-cats out of us, with ribbons round our necks, "she laughed," and hear us purr.

    The Fifth Wheel A Novel

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