Catstitch



catch stitch.

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    a tackle for hoisting an anchor.

  • Cat-tail

    any tall, reedlike marsh plant of the genus Typha, especially T. latifolia, having long, sword-shaped leaves and dense, cylindrical clusters of minute brown flowers. Historical Examples So two very tired and cross young Fireflies sat on a last year’s cat-tail and sulked. Among the Night People Clara Dillingham Pierson What a pity that the world […]



  • Cattail

    any tall, reedlike marsh plant of the genus Typha, especially T. latifolia, having long, sword-shaped leaves and dense, cylindrical clusters of minute brown flowers. Historical Examples Perched upon a swaying last year’s cattail, Mr. Red-winged Blackbird shook his head in reply. The Tale of Bobby Bobolink Arthur Scott Bailey They may have been saying: “Already […]

  • Cattell

    James McKeen [muh-keen] /məˈkin/ (Show IPA), 1860–1944, U.S. psychologist, educator, and editor. Historical Examples Mr. Cattell had suggestions of a technical kind to offer, with which I need not trouble you. A Thin Ghost and Others M. R. (Montague Rhodes) James Also some of their Cattell perish, either by disease or mischance. The Devil in […]



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