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noun as in young cat

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Elephants have a lot more mass — they are made of more matter — than a kitten.

This, he says, would have to be a very strange-looking kitten.

His background featured a poster of a kitten draped with his signature red headband.

They sailed to Wrangel aboard the Victoria, with a gray kitten they dubbed Vic.

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It appears not all “cats and kittens” are “cool” at Carole Baskin’s Big Cat Rescue.

She found a way to make little kitten steps to the microphone in unison with the music.

So, the pair set about tapping into that world to find partners who might appreciate the utility of a dead, frozen kitten.

Suppose I have a sincere religious belief that if I stop at a stop sign, God kills a kitten.

They are cheered on by penguins and interrupted by a kitten halftime show after the first hour.

Before Theodore meets—or rather buys—her, he goes online, finds a woman who calls herself “Sexy Kitten,” and has phone sex.

He contented himself the better by frequent visits to Skyrie, and by his gift to Dorothy of the stray kitten.

To his breast he clutched a tiny white kitten, it was quite young, its eyes not being yet open.

The child and the one kitten undoomed to a watery grave were carried off by the bonne.

Sure enough, there was the kitten, not taking the least care of her necktie, just ready to pounce upon a big mouse.

A dog would bark; a kitten would mew; a parrot would say "Pardon!"


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kitten, such as: kitty, kit, puss, pussy, pussycat, and kittycat.

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