Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone with a habitually sullen or gloomy expression

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Examples

  • More tentacles came and wrapped around the picklepuss.

    Isle of View

  • Dolph became a picklepuss, with pickly green puss and brine-moist eyes.

    Isle of View

  • Since she had garbed herself as a warrior-queen-mermaid, complete with spiked crown, trident, and powerful tail, and the points of the trident glistened with a coating of slime that was probably illusion too but just might possibly be genuine poison, this was an effective enough deterrent even without the picklepuss.

    The Source of Magic

  • The zombie came within range of the picklepuss, who snarled.

    The Source of Magic

  • Whenever someone had the temerity to take a delicacy, the picklepuss pickled it.

    The Source of Magic

  • The picklepuss broke free of its leash and bounded onto the refreshment table, pickling everything it passed.

    The Source of Magic

  • As he neared the Anniversary cake, the picklepuss hissed at him warningly.

    The Source of Magic

  • He set it down on the floor, and the picklepuss slunk forward and took the pickle-cookie in its mouth.

    The Source of Magic

  • The picklepuss preferred to introduce itself, and to clear its own way.

    The Source of Magic

  • The zombie came to help me, and the picklepuss got loose - "

    The Source of Magic

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