cat[ kat ]SEE DEFINITION OF cat
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAT
Their cat came over the garden wall and bit off the blades of the irises.
Some of the dignity of his retreat was lost by the fact that the cat followed him, close at his heels.
Reminds me of a cat'mount I tried to tame once, only he's twice as ugly.
He stroked the cat, poked the fire, had his lunch served to him there.
An elderly lady whom you do not happen to like; sometimes called, also, a hen, or cat.
Such a cat should have been embalmed for the benefit of posterity.
But let the cat once touch its sought-for, and I assure you there is no love lost.
Rechid was only their cat's-paw, thinking he played his own hand.
He drew forward the chair left vacant by the cat, and beat up the cushion.
Lockwood continued to watch Duncan with the air of a cat eyeing a mouse.