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Synonyms for kitten

young domestic cat


Related Words

have kittens

References in classic literature ?
Tom Kitten coughed and choked with the smoke; he could hear the sticks beginning to crackle and burn in the fireplace down below.
There was less smoke, but Tom Kitten felt quite lost.
When Tom Kitten picked himself up and looked about him--he found himself in a place that he had never seen before, although he had lived all his life in the house.
Please sir, the chimney wants sweeping," said poor Tom Kitten.
All in a minute she rushed upon Tom Kitten, and before he knew what was happening--
whose name was Samuel Whiskers),-- "Anna Maria, make me a kitten dumpling roly-poly pudding for my dinner.
she went on, talking more to herself than the kitten.
But this is taking us away from Alice's speech to the kitten.
And Alice got the Red Queen off the table, and set it up before the kitten as a model for it to imitate: however, the thing didn't succeed, principally, Alice said, because the kitten wouldn't fold its arms properly.
He yawned and stood up, with the kitten on his shoulder, and stared about him, recalling the circumstances of the previous day, the grey, immense happenings.
Brekker first," he said, "anyhow," stroking the kitten on his shoulder.
He gave the kitten some milk in a dirty plate and sat watching its busy little tongue for a time.
He gave the kitten a small second helping and a scrap of beef and then went down with the little creature running after him, tail erect and in high spirits, to look at the remains of the Hohenzollern.
He left the kitten above and descended these, and discovered with a thrill of hope a path leading among the rocks at the foot of the roaring downrush of the Centre Fall.
Thence he made his way, with the kitten skirmishing along beside him in the grass, to a staircase that led to a lump of projecting rock that enfiladed the huge green majesty of the Horseshoe Fall.