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catlike

Line breaks: cat|like
Pronunciation: /ˈkatlʌɪk
 
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Definition of catlike in English:

adjective

Resembling a cat in appearance, action, or character: Marianne crossed the room with her usual catlike grace
More example sentences
  • One of them has feathered wings, another a catlike appearance complete with a triangular nose and furry black tail, three have webbed fingers and gold, slitted eyes.
  • He sometimes has the hip-shake, but never that lovely, slinky, catlike sexual menace we see here, that seductive creep.
  • Why is it that excessive plastic surgery always makes the victim appear catlike?

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