"Like puss-in-the-corner," said Rose, who had followed her mother and father to the other end of the room.
But a child who had never been taught could not play puss-in-the-corner.'
At last, so far as could be gathered, none of them had noticed Nettie since they began “puss-in-the-corner.”
"I can play at wild beasts, and puss-in-the-corner, and 'ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross,'" she told my mother over my head.
When you are little you play tag and puss-in-the-corner and other things, and run about full of fun.
We want a game of puss-in-the-corner, and the silliest and youngest among us are going to play.
I played tag and puss-in-the-corner in the schoolyard, and did everything that was comrade-like.
puss-in-the-corner, the game of forfeits—blind-man's-buff entertain the young folks.
Besides, puss-in-the-corner is no better fun in a silver room than in a plastered nursery.