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  • n. Plural form of catcall.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of catcall.


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  • After a tardy start, which drew catcalls from the photographer pit, the show finally went under way and the audience fell silent as a booming drum beat preceded a parade of ghostly, black-lipped, white-masked beauties in a wardrobe worthy of the mistress of Hades -- if he had one.

    Nicole Berrie: Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2011 - Monster's Ball

  • Any time the President does anything regarding Iraq, you can almost certainly expect the catcalls from the idiotic left.

    Balloon Juice » 2003 » November

  • Hey, how did we degenerate into catcalls from the cute, cuddly flirting nmaterial recommended to a romantic French-named poster?

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  • He has heard the derision of his own supporters at Murrayfield often enough to let a few catcalls from the Irish put him off. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Never mind the catcalls from the naysayers who won’t stop screeching indignantly about Land of the Dead which committed the high crime of being merely good in a lineup of absolute kick ass, Night of the Living Dead is the movie that gave us the entire survival horror genre, and also launched the fantastic career of George Romero.

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  • These women put up with not only harassment such as catcalls and other child-like antics, but they also had to fight for the opportunity to even go into the locker rooms to have the same opportunities as their male counterparts to get the interviews.

    Ann Liguori: Fashion Faux Pas for Female Sports Reporter

  • Trolls are the 'catcalls' we all experience, in one manner or another, while passing by the construction site of life.

    Marcotte blames sexism for her troubles.

  • This mountain of a book provoked from some critics the kind of catcalls the exhibit had inspired in the "hippies."

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  • There have been no untoward scenes in the office so far, such as catcalls, others sizing them up or looking at them with derision, although they had feared this, she added.

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  • There was no bathroom on that floor - which forced Jones to walk past several men's rooms in order to get to the women's restroom on the first floor, enduring "catcalls" and partially dressed men.


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