Examples of pussycat in a Sentence
He looks tough, but he's really a pussycat.
oh, look at the cute little pussycat, kids
Recent Examples of pussycat from the Web
The marquee poster features hunky star Aidan Turner, best known for his title role in the TV revival of Poldark, wearing a white singlet all the better to show off his sculpted biceps and cuddling an adorable (living) black pussycat.
Russia has much less to offer: If China is a tiger, Russia is a pussycat on stilts.
Becoming a pussycat has confirmed to me that the first step in true success is persistence and relentless vision.
Japan’s tiny Ainoshima island is a pussycat paradise, and its furry inhabitants are trying to woo the singer with a special invitation to visit during his October tour to the country.
On the contrary, those extra pounds of pussycat created a feline frenzy.
NEW ORLEANS — The NBA All-Star Game is where 24 of the most competitive men on the planet turn into pussycats.
Below 5000 rpm, the 812 is a pussycat, but as the revs rise, power seems to build exponentially.
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PUSSYCAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pussycat for English Language Learners
: a cat or kitten
: a person who has a kind and gentle nature
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