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Cathy

[kath-ee] /ˈkæθ i/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Catherine.
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  • Cathy, who was sitting at the other end of the dining room table reading, looked up and laughed.

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  • Cathy tossed her head, giving her pony tail a little exercise.

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  • "Oh, that's Wyngates," said Cathy, pulling herself up the bank with her hands full of treasures.

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  • "Make Jerry stop being so aggravating," Cathy begged her mother.

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  • So far our hoax had answered admirably, and Cathy and I retired upstairs after breakfast in fits of delighted laughter.

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