In other words, in his second term, President Obama needs to kick Richard Nixon right square in the puss.
There also was no hesitation to get down and dirty again with puss in Boots.
On others, he will be the voice of the delightful animated cat in puss in Boots, whom everyone loves from the Shrek movies.
The Spanish star plays a sociopath in his cinematic reunion with Pedro Almodóvar—and a Casanova feline in puss in Boots.
"You're looking for your Bobby, and I'm searching for my daddy," said puss, sadly.
puss had no sooner been liberated than she bounded out at the open door.
puss, Junior, turned in his toes exactly the way they did, which made them laugh; even Mrs. Duck chuckled.
I have been tormented all this morning by puss, who has had four or five fits.
"It's funny to look at a house from the outside in the early morning," said puss.
The dog was slipped, and they perceived at once that puss was at a disadvantage.
"cat," 1520s, but probably much older than the record, perhaps imitative of the hissing sound commonly used to get a cat's attention. A conventional name for a cat in Germanic languages and as far off as Afghanistan; it is the root of the principal word for "cat" in Rumanian (pisica) and secondary words in Lithuanian (puz), Low German (puus), Swedish dialect katte-pus, etc. Applied to a girl or woman from c.1600, originally in a negative sense, implying unpleasant cat-like qualities; but by mid-19c. in affectionate use.
"the face" (but sometimes, especially in pugilism slang, "the mouth"), 1890, slang, from Irish pus "lip, mouth."