How To Use Cattie In A Sentence

  • And what could be cattier than the Black Artists Association, who decried The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • He corrects his cattier instincts. Times, Sunday Times
  • As she spoke, she took Tai-yü by the hand, and they came along back to the Hsiao Hsiang Kuan; where lady Feng had indeed sent her two small catties of a new season tea, of superior quality. Hung Lou Meng
  • But doggies and catties are fine, even though we over-love them: one in three pets in Britain is now overweight, according to a recent survey. Mary Bale would have got away with it if she hadn't picked on a fluffy animal
  • Not sure I'd place it (just yet) on the highest tier next to The Wire and The Sopranos, but the writing and consistency of Breaking Bad surpasses that of Deadwood and Mad Men, and obviously the more cattier dramas like Weeds and Big Love. Rian Johnson Directed an Upcoming Episode of Breaking Bad: Season 3 | /Film
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  • Monet is cattier than a pride of lions: "Rachel had this boa in her room that she said was from her showgirl days, a. k., in my words, probably stripper days. Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12 : Waiting For Monet
  • We've scattered the cattiest in today's paper. The Sun
  • This baby talk for people who enjoy a good meal is so ubiquitous that perhaps it must be tolerated-I'm trying to be nice-and then we can allow folks who treasure their pet companions to be called "doggies," "catties" and "birdies. Heretical Veggies, And A Courageous Chicken In Every Pot
  • Well, in that case," responded dowager lady Chia, "let us fix upon five catties a day, and every month come and receive payment of the whole lump sum! Hung Lou Meng, Book II Or, the Dream of the Red Chamber, a Chinese Novel in Two Books
  • You're cattier than the furball curled up at my feet-and all you're managing to do is make youself look more like an idiot than usual. Balloon Juice
  • Can't we just all agree that women are far more cattier than men....and leave it at that ? "Women don't decide elections because they're not rational political actors... [T]hey vote on impulse, and on elusive factors such as personality."
  • It was messier, scattier, as if she hadn't really graduated from her single lifestyle. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cattier corners of the web have been tittering over a certain chiropractor's website gone awry, courtesy of a disgruntled and allegedly unpaid web designer. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • Convinced you're scattier than you used to be? The Sun
  • Back in nursing school, my cattier friends called her Midge behind her back, her red hair the only thing that ruled out a comparison to Barbie. Sea Escape
  • Did you and I moreover belong to a family that hadn't the means to afford any ginseng, it would be difficult to say how we could manage to get it; but were your father and mother-in-law to hear that it's good for your recovery, why not to speak of two mace of ginseng a day, but even two catties will be also within their means! Hung Lou Meng, Book I Or, the Dream of the Red Chamber, a Chinese Novel in Two Books
  • The spouse of the marquis of Chin Hsiang comes next, with no more than twenty catties a day. Hung Lou Meng
  • “For two large, sedan chairs,” he said, “four small sedan chairs and four carriages, are needed in all so many large and small tassels, each tassel requiring so many catties of beads and thread.” Hung Lou Meng
  • For two large, sedan chairs," he said, "four small sedan chairs and four carriages, are needed in all so many large and small tassels, each tassel requiring so many catties of beads and thread. Hung Lou Meng, Book I Or, the Dream of the Red Chamber, a Chinese Novel in Two Books
  • But behind the pearls and pillbox hats was a different Jackie - cattier, cruder, no less admiring of her husband but much more realistic and blunt about the political world they inhabited. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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