Siamese cat

NOUN
  1. a slender short-haired blue-eyed breed of cat having a pale coat with dark ears paws face and tail tip
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How To Use Siamese cat In A Sentence

  • The Siamese cat purred and lazily walked towards the kitchen.
  • Sometimes a Siamese cat will develop pale colouring on its points without any local injury.
  • A Siamese cat picks its way among the confusion of London Library volumes lying open on the table.
  • Running as fast as I could, I followed my prey like a bloodhound to a Siamese cat.
  • An announcement was made that a Siamese cat had died of a spongiform encephalopathy.
  • Lilly is a Siamese cat who survived a two-week cross-country move while stuck in a drawer.
  • In which I reveal my muffin-top, my inability to properly clean mirrors, and the fact that my personal trainer is a Siamese cat. What Does A Body Good | Her Bad Mother
  • Which got me thinking about local characters and eccentrics - like the gentleman who could be seen for years until the mid-1980s walking around Greenwich immaculately turned out, with his Siamese cat on a lead.
  • A very superior Siamese cat eyes her from a low windowsill, its sapphire eyes, cold and searching.
  • At home she lives with two chows, one politician and a Siamese cat.
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