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The frog chorus from the bordering creek is boisterous, and the catbirds meow from the cottonwoods.
There is no time like right meow for Cindy and John Pennington, who plan to open Tarrant County’s first cat cafe next month.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared videos on Twitter Saturday afternoon of a Tesla owner hearing a kitten meow while trapped inside the bumper of his Model X, and the subsequent rescue with the help of the Tesla Service Center.
When Councilman James Gray rhetorically asked where would the city find money to add to the Council on Aging's budget, the seniors responded with barks and meows.
The cat’s meow: Fanning channeled old Hollywood glamour in Miu Miu bejeweled shades while arriving at Nice Airport on May 16.
Among the 10,000 artifacts included is a petrified cat pulled from a 16th century English chimney, its last meow frozen in time.
Meaning that, yes, Spidey’s creaky old Aunt May is played by Marisa Tomei =- meow =- but also that Holland’s Peter Parker is only 15 years old.
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Origin and Etymology of meow
First Known Use: 1582See Words from the same year
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Definition of meow for English Language Learners
: the crying sound made by a cat
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