catty[ kat-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF catty
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Catty, my dear, your back's asy up, but it's asy down again.
Repton has a copy of it, too, with Catty's signature,—old Catty Broon.
Godfrey imperiously ordered them away; they all obeyed but Catty.
"'Tis her own father's nature is strong in her," said Catty, with enthusiasm.
"A secret, indeed," said Catty, shaking her head mournfully.
"Maybe I might, then," said Catty, shaking her head knowingly.
"Catty Honan," cried Mary, with a gesture to enforce silence.
But this one particular instance of love,—what was it, Catty?
In this part of the world we do not buy milk by the catty, but by the cup or bottle.
Now tell me, Catty—they say you know everything—what will be my fate?
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