cattish cattish


  • (adj) marked by or arising from malice



  1. Penelope is "the sly cattish wife," Odysseus "that cold-blooded egotist," Telemachus "the priggish son who yet met his master-prig in Menelaus.
  2. The most important women are his wife Mary (Norma Shearer), her cattish friend Sylvia Fowler (Rosalind Russell), who makes sure that Mary knows about Stephen's carrying on with a .
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