kittenish[ kit-n-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF kittenish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KITTENISH
She was fully forty-five, but she was kittenish for her age.
She was pretty and kittenish, with fluffy hair and an eternal smile.
Miss Peggy was losing her kittenish grace, was becoming lumpy.
A kittenish grace in these things, which is pleasant in so old a cat.
And Anna, she flashes them high-powered eyes of hers at me kittenish.
There was a deal more in Mrs. Stapleton besides the kittenish qualities.
Her manner toward her kittenish parent was rather sternly maternal.
The idea of the serious-minded Veronica developing a bubbling or kittenish manner was too much for them.
Throckmorton was rather vexed at the charm this kittenish young thing cast over him.
She was liable to lean up against you in a playful, kittenish kind of a way, and cave in most of your ribs.