Al Gore went all Grizzly Adams for a long stretch, and kitty Dukakis gently hit the bottle and took to her bed.
That was the question put to the Massachusetts governor during the 1988 presidential debate, about his wife, kitty.
As soon as she woke up, she looked squarely into the mirror and said out loud: “kitty, I forgive you.”
kitty Kelley kicked up a storm on TV by claiming she knows the identity of Oprah's biological father.
From "doggles" (dog goggles) to kitty tutus, Lori-Lee Emshey reports from the runway.
Therefore kitty felt that it was vain to apply to her for intellectual sympathy.
I saw we were in for it, so I caught kitty by the hand and we ran.
But Miss kitty sighed, and thought of the lawyer's prediction.
kitty dropped on the floor at Helen's feet; the hush in the room was breathless.
kitty herself—in pink dotted mull, of course—was looking rather wan.
"young cat," 1719, variant of kitten, perhaps influenced by kitty "girl, young woman" (c.1500), originally a pet form of fem. proper name Catherine. Kitty Hawk, N.C., apparently is a mangling of a native Algonquian name; it also has been written as Chicahauk.
"pool of money in a card game," 1887, probably from kit (n.1), in a sense of "collection of necessary supplies" (1833); but perhaps rather from northern England slang kitty "prison, jail, lock-up" (1825), of uncertain origin.