Entry from British & World English dictionary
A regular social gathering of women in which each member contributes money to a central pool and lots are drawn to decide which member will get the entire sum.
- That is why it is going to be difficult for me to break the ice and fall in love with someone, because I am fiercely independent and intelligent and I think even today most men want their wives to sit at home and go to kitty parties.
- The company aims to cater to the growing needs of nuclear families to celebrate events like weddings, engagements, birthdays, and kitty parties.
- Moreover, the place offers the much-needed privacy for big families or groups celebrating birthdays and kitty parties.
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