cat and dog

cat-and-dog

[kat-n-dawg, -dog]
adjective
1.
continuously or unceasingly vicious and destructive: cat-and-dog competition.
2.
Slang. (of a security) highly speculative and of questionable value.

Origin:
1570–80

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