from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See kitty.


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  • But for every time I see someone post a frantic message about how Widdle Fuzzy Kittie is homeless and needs a good home or he'll die!,

    If I Could Talk To The Animal Lovers, Walk With The Animal Lovers

  • The next morning she called Kittie into the room and said: "Kittie, I want to tell you what I saw last night."

    Children's Edition of Touching Incidents : and Remarkable Answers to Prayer

  • "Kittie," said Bea, when it was nearly noon, "Olive is so tired, I expect, being worried and up so late, and then bothering over her business this morning, suppose you take her dinner down to her, and then go round by Mrs. Dane's?"

    Six Girls A Home Story

  • "Kittie," Ralph would exclaim in return, as though this little doubt of his faithfulness hurt him, "you know you don't mean it, and if you knew what this summer has been to me, you never would say so."

    Six Girls A Home Story

  • 'Kittie' and Aunt Marcia's terrible 'Katherine;' I am glad you are original enough to call me by something different, but it sounds so odd;

    At the Time Appointed

  • Catherine Lewis, better known as "Kittie," was married to Joseph King, of Montgomery County,

    History of Roanoke County

  • We've been busy - touring with great bands/friends such as Kittie, Veil of Maya, Structures - and we are currently out with Fear Factory!


  • Katherine "Kittie" Gute suffered from the painful condition polymyalgia rheumatica (PHR) and dementia and her husband of 53 years was "getting thinner and thinner" taking care of her, according to Witte, 48.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • And I knew his wife, Kittie Brady, long and long ago.


  • Frank's wife, Henderson's widow, pretty Kittie Brady, Mary, all the womenfolk of the other workmen who were now wearing the stripes in San Quentin.



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