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pussy

1. an informal name for a cat
2. a furry catkin, esp that of the pussy willow
3. a rare word for tipcat
References in classic literature ?
In some few months less than another year, you know, I shall carry Pussy off from school as Mrs.
At a time when President Donald Trump is trying to question the authenticity of the infamous Access Hollywood tape, on which he bragged about "grabbing women by the pussy," a report has emerged which says he used the derogatory word to describe a woman during an interview for a magazine profile.
Staff at Oxfam Music were astonished when they realised Pussy Plays by short-lived 1960s spacerockers Pussy was among their donations.
You can't Grasp your own hustle, your blackness, you can't grasp Your own pussy, your black pussy dies for touch.
Here's something US President-elect Donald Trump said about women in 2005 that was recorded and surfaced during the US presidential election: 'Grab them by the pussy.
by sharon mcgowan KATIE Hopkins last night told of her support for Donald Trump saying she'd "rather be grabbed by the pussy than have a pussy for president".
PUSSY BOW BLOUSE This Giles Deacon top from Debenhams, PS45, is fab.
Members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot are in Bulgaria for several days, media outlets report.
A pussy bow blouse creates an air of elegance as singer Ke$ha, right, beautifully demonstrates, however this season it is also making a more casual appearance.
Synopsis: In "Pop Grenade: From Public Enemy to Pussy Riot--Dispatches from Musical Frontlines", author Matthew Collins provides the reader with an adrenalin-charged trip through some of the cultural flashpoints of the past few decades, "Pop Grenade" celebrates the power of music as a force for change.
WELSH singerturned-activist Charlotte Church will welcome punk rock protesters Pussy Riot to Glastonbury today.
Pretty Pussy Parlour will be Newcastle's first cat cafe when it opens this year, bringing a craze that's long been popular in Japan into the heart of town.