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synonyms for cattish

  • bad-tempered
  • catty
  • despiteful
  • hateful
  • malevolent
  • malicious
  • malignant
  • mean
  • nasty
  • overbearing
  • venomous
  • vicious
  • vindictive
  • wicked
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How to use cattish in a sentence

Sort of cattish way of implying that the fair Olga could get along without any moon at all.
WEST WIND DRIFTGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
I had a cattish desire to fight him and let him know his place.
DAISYMIRANDA ELIOT SWAN
I trust I am not unduly cattish, but I dearly would love to watch the expression on his face when he heard it.
SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB
Before the end of our engagement, Wharton-Duprez had taken the most cattish dislike to me; I have never known why.
MCCLURE'S MAGAZINE, VOL. XXXI, SEPTEMBER 1908, NO. 5VARIOUS
It does not seem to be their genius to do more than Fishwomen, to scratch and tear one or two to pieces in a cattish fury.
PRIVATE LETTERS OF EDWARD GIBBON (1753-1794) VOLUME 2 (OF 2)EDWARD GIBBON
In doing so he turned his back completely on the savage in ambush, whose cattish grin increased as the boy staggered about.
THE ISLAND QUEENR.M. BALLANTYNE
She had very good hair but grey eyes, that gave her a cattish appearance.
THE CONQUESTOSCAR MICHEAUX
McTerza, with a cattish spring, leaped through a rain of brickbats for Rucker.
HELD FOR ORDERSFRANK H. SPEARMAN
Of course the girls did not call it cattish even in their own minds—just thoughtlessness.
THE CARTER GIRLS' WEEK-END CAMPNELL SPEED
Mrs. Hetherington, whom the end of the voyage had left nervy and cross, said cattish things.
CAPTIVITYM. LEONORA EYLES
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CATTISH

  • bad-tempered
  • cattish
  • catty
  • despiteful
  • hateful
  • malevolent
  • malicious
  • malignant
  • mean
  • nasty
  • overbearing
  • venomous
  • vicious
  • vindictive
  • wicked
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.