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  • n. Plural form of catgut.


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  • After so many mutual experiences of good and evil, the catguts about our tough old hearts are loosened, and discourse the pleasant music of Friendship.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 20, June, 1859

  • Now Mike himself was a sad musician, and the sound of him fandangoin 'uncertainly up and down the fretful spine of that instrument was a tribulation I'd put up with on account of friendship, pure and simple, but when that discord-lovin' lady cliff-dweller set all evenin 'in our tent and scraped snake-dances out of them catguts with a fish-bone, I pulled my freight and laid out in the moonlight with the dogs.

    Laughing Bill Hyde and Other Stories

  • So, if the devil had lifted him up to a high mountain, showing him all he would give him, he would have simply invited him to his lonely cell, to have a jig to the tune of his catguts.

    The Gaming Table : Its Votaries and Victims : Vol. 2

  • 'I developed the' Lohiya Technique 'to inject catguts at relevant points in a patient's body.

    India eNews

  • We stayed in New Providence about seventeen or eighteen days; during which time I met with many friends, who gave me encouragement to stay there with them: but I declined it; though, had not my heart been fixed on England, I should have stayed, as I liked the place extremely, and there were some free black people here who were very happy, and we passed our time pleasantly together, with the melodious sound of the catguts, under the lime and lemon trees.

    The Life of Olaudah Equiano Or Gustavus Vassa The African

  • "I developed the 'Lohiya Technique' to inject catguts at relevant points in a patient's body.

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