from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The true cats, a subfamily of Felidæ, containing all the living species excepting the chetah, having perfectly retractile claws, the upper canines moderate and cylindroconic, and the upper sectorial tooth with an antero-internal lobe. The group is coextensive with the genus Felis in a broad sense.


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