cattish


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marked by or arising from malice

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Gabriele, our spike-haired guide, who was possessed of a delightfully cattish wit about life's follies, cocked his bespectacled head to one side, shrugged a shoulder, swung his man-bag with Latin nonchalance, pursed his lips and fanned his cigarette-hand, as he stepped past the stalls of plump peaches, swollen flies, dripping melons, the throbbing three-wheeled vans and the bruschetta grills.
Flashes of bitterness and raw rivalry, and cattish complaints about talkative (apparently always female) colleagues, of course were in the mix as well.
But all manage to portray some special cattish character.