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Synonyms for cattish

marked by or arising from malice


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Genetic variability analysis of giant river cattish (Sperata seenghala) populations from Indus river system by RAPD-PCR.
In addition to the typical American salmon, shrimp, tilapia and cattish, the counter specializes in oddities like Sora meat (from a giant Chinese snail), monk fish head and Korean belt fish, a yard-long creature resembling an eel.
Meme was a thin, dark woman with cattish eyes who was not unpleasant, for a government employee, and spoke a little English.
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.