pat[ pat ]SEE DEFINITION OF pat
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PAT
You're not going to spring anything so pat as heart-disease on us?
Pat them in salt and water for two days, stirring them frequently.
Old Sam recovered sufficiently to take the girl's hand and pat it.
It's Pat'll be bringin' home money the night; honest money that he's earned.
I want Pat to-morrow, but I want him all the other days of the week, too.
One by one the boys went to bed, and Pat and his mother were left alone.
"I always knowed you was brave, Pat," said Mrs. O'Callaghan.
Then with an air of authority she said: "Pat, off with your apron!"
A long time he had stood in the shadow of Pat's achievements.
Your father had a great knack at plazin' people, so he had, Pat.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PAT
- bent on
- buckled down
- mean business
- on ice
- set on