from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A cat.
- n. Informal One who is regarded as easygoing, mild-mannered, or amiable.
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- n. Alternative form of pussy-cat.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who is regarded as easygoing and agreeable
- n. informal terms referring to a domestic cat
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A pussycat is just as “sound” logically too, but it still is not a sufficient answer to “what’s the square root of 2?”
Lord Mandelson the 'pussycat' reveals his softer side: Lord Mandelson, who made his name as a spin doctor and some-time political assassin, has revealed a new, softer persona, describing himself as a "pussycat" and insisting: "You can defeat people without killing them."
Should have known with the "pussycat" brigade all in march and april.
Yet another program figuratively turns female contestants into "pussycat" dolls (Pussycat Dolls Presents: The Search for the Next Doll).
He chain smokes, calls women "pussycat," rides a motorcycle and totes an assault rifle.
My interest is in who will take on the George Galloway 'pussycat' role as the token politician.
I address everybody as "pussycat," but nobody minds, and it's a nice term of endearment.
At sea, he said, a ship is a "pussycat" when the ocean is calm.
But the slow-growing 'pussycat' form may not produce any symptoms or significantly reduce lifespan.
"pussycat" he would be buried up to the neck until his clothes were fumigated.
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