Cat (noun)

  1. A small domesticated mammal with soft fur, a short snout, and retractable claws.
  2. A wild mammal of the genus Felis, typically having a yellowish-brown coat and a short tail.

Origin:

Old english catt, of germanic origin; related to dutch kat and german katze.

Examples:

  1. The cat is sleeping on the couch.
  2. I saw a cat in the garden.
  3. The cat purred contentedly while being petted.
  4. The cat sharpened its claws on the scratching post.
  5. The cat chased the mouse under the bed.
Some random words: scanty, grille, column