Definition of catfight in English:


Line breaks: cat|fight
Pronunciation: /ˈkatfʌɪt


A fight between women.
More example sentences
  • The number of women who are seeking treatment at hospital casualty units after being injured in drunken catfights is rising sharply, consultants warn.
  • The house is a better place without you, although the catfights would have been good this next week.
  • So there they were, two actors being precious, having a catfight.



More example sentences
  • So, when that significant cultural artifact, The Star published an article about catfighting on the set of Desperate Housewives, well, we were so there.
  • So there is going to be some horrible catfighting over the price in the coming weeks, as Felix's broker takes it round an estimated 30 potential investors.
  • The so-called ‘wild’ women are mostly attractive tarts given to petty jealousies and catfighting, just like most females.

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