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  • n. Plural form of hellcat.


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  • To be surrounded by glitter, hellcats and pugicorns…Sounds like heaven–not hell–to me!

    Regretsy – Heidi = Ho

  • “You two hellcats were fighting over the Cadaver Kid, I bet.”

    Silver Zombie

  • The plot: Those wonderful hellcats created by Ronald Searle appear on film at last.

    The St. Trinian's Pentalogy

  • In Her Shoes, Black Widow, Single White Female, Death Becomes Her and other such fare, both funny and dramatic, tend to reduce women friends to back-stabbing hellcats who are too busy fighting over men to quip comically.

    Buzzine » Bosom Buddies

  • Despite have 2 Arm Inf + hellcats in the flanking force Nick seemed to have heaps of troops on the table.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • It seemed odd that an individual could be a paragon of social justice and equality during the day, but at night dream of pirates and wenches, tops and bottoms, hellcats and quivering flowers.

    The Best American Erotica 2006

  • Then, after many months, other creatures than men began to come forth-strangely formed, like the hellcats you slew.

    The Guns of Avalon

  • 'It's this to pass the time av day to a panjandhrum av hellcats,' sez I. 'What I've said, an' what I've not said do not matther.

    Indian Tales

  • It's further possible that I then clarified that while kittens sound cute, it would in fact be full grown hellcats emerging from the Honey's ass to consume us all.

    Did You Ever Get the Feeling...

  • Justice Department lawyers fought like hellcats all the way to the Supreme Court to ensure that Hamdi would remain imprisoned, indefinitely, without counsel or charges.

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