[ UK /kˈɪtənɪʃ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. playful like a lively kitten
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How To Use kittenish In A Sentence

  • At his office and at his boardinghouse the girls were mere mice, or cattish, or kittenish, or had insufficiently read the advertisements. Smart Dragons, Foolish Elves
  • I still had the wide brow and pointed chin which Gerald had called kittenish, but there was little of the kitten about me now. To Ruin a Queen
  • The fighting blood in Alec made him resolve to change that adjective to "kittenish" before he had ridden her many times. Blue Bonnet's Ranch Party
  • Portman's character is the emotional center of the film, and she does an admirable job with a role that allows her to swing from kittenish teasing to calm self-possession to touching vulnerability.
  • I can't find one Hollywood star that has remotely Hayworth's kind of kittenish sexuality today. And then there's the way Sarah Palin keeps saying "also," also.
  • It was quite a kittenish pose; she looked so young and coy one was compelled to imagine that her toes were pointed inward, like Minnie Mouse.
  • From across the English Channel comes Modesty Blaise, kittenish superspy who, with her slippery sidekick Willie Garvin, tangles in various criminal intrigues at Her Majesty's behest.
  • A kittenish nurse smiled up at him, but instantly frowned when she recognized him.
  • There is of course a long tradition of French girls delivering breathless, kittenish vocals over smoky, elegant pop.
  • They recover very quickly at that age and remain quite kittenish in their affection and general behaviour. Keep Your Cats From Destroying Your Furniture | Lifehacker Australia
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