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pussy Line breaks: pussy
Pronunciation: /ˈpʊsi/

Definition of pussy in English:

noun (plural pussies)

1 informal A cat.
Example sentences
  • Ginger-topped Stan, who bears an uncanny resemblance to his marmalade pussy, had found the answer to his printing problems.
  • The Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Animals warns pet owners to keep their cats indoors after around 125 pussies disappear.
  • So it seems that overnight the one little pussy escaped from the alley.
2 vulgar slang A woman’s genitals.
Example sentences
  • As he sat next to me, my pussy throbbed.
  • I sat on the bench and my pussy throbbed: something had to be done - and fast.
  • She had a hot body, large nipples, and a shaved pussy (my favorite).
2.1 [mass noun] Women in general, considered sexually.
Example sentences
  • She wanted to see the European version of the movie, because she heard there was more pussy in it.
  • I have never sat in a coffee shop and talked about pussy.
  • The other night after a few drinks, my boyfriend told me he's bisexual but prefers pussy.
2.2North American informal A weak, cowardly, or effeminate man.
Example sentences
  • We spend more time calling each other pussies and cowards than he does now.
  • But the bottom line is that he's one of the biggest pussies that ever lived.
  • Why, that's because you drink like a pussy, Tortoise!

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