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Webster

English Word:

pussy


English Pronunciation:

pussy


Noun:


⇨Etymology

Dim. of puss.


⇨Definition

1. A pet name for a cat; also, an endearing name for a girl.

2. A catkin of the pussy willow.

3. The game of tipcat; -- also called pussy cat. Pussy willow (Botanical), any kind of willow having large cylindrical catkins clothed with long glossy hairs, especially the American Salix discolor; -- called also glaucous willow, and swamp willow.



Adjective:


⇨Definition

See Pursy. [Colloq. or Low]



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Wiktionary

Synonyms:

purulent


Noun:

pussy (plural pussies) (colloquial, now rare) An affectionate term for a woman or girl, seen as having characteristics associated with cats such as sweetness. 2010, Jojo Moyes, "Why love letters are better left unread", The Telegraph, 3 Jun 2010: If Lloyd George’s endearments to mistress Frances Stevenson – “My darling Pussy. You might phone… on Friday if you can come. Don’t let Hankey see you” – had been made similarly public, would he have maintained his own reputation as a towering statesman? (informal) An affectionate term for a cat. 2007, Liz Jones, "Are cats the new dogs?", The Independent, 17 Nov 07: And although, as someone recently said to me, they are not "designer" (she had expected my pussies to be expensive, with a pedigree), to me my cats are the most beautiful in the world. (vulgar, slang) The female genitalia; the vulva or vagina. You have a lovely pussy! Anything soft and furry; a bloom form, or catkin, as on the pussy willow. (vulgar, slang, uncountable) Sexual intercourse with a woman. I’m gonna get me some pussy tonight. (vulgar, slang, chiefly North America) A coward, a weakling; someone unable to stand up for himself. 2007, Matt Keating, "Do everyone a favour and don't bring your cold to work", The Guardian, 26 Nov 07: I couldn't carry the burden of shame engendered by the bully-boy advertising of "max-strength" cold and flu remedies, the obvious subtext of which is "Get to work, you pussy." (dated) The game of tipcat.


Adjective:

Adjective pussy (comparative pussier, superlative pussiest) (medicine) Containing pus.


Reference:

pussy

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2.PUS
3.Pusan
4.pusane
5.puseyism
6.Puseyism
7.puseyistic
8.puseyite
9.Puseyite
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11.push around
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13.push bunt
14.push button
15.push dagger
16.push factor
17.push in
18.push off
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