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The Definition of - cat and dog (adj)

    adjective
    1.
    continuously or unceasingly vicious and destructive:
    cat-and-dog competition.
    2.
    Slang. (of a security) highly speculative and of questionable value.

Word Example of - cat and dog

    Example Sentences for cat-and-dog

    Never such a cat-and-dog life as they've been leading ever since!

    But ever since the znaharka's blessing had been accorded to this particular union the pair had led a cat-and-dog life.

    Skippy, whose relations with the opposite sex were of the cat-and-dog variety, solemnly raised his hand.

    Consternation versus Hilarity went racing suddenly like a cat-and-dog combat across his eyes.

    They smiled and were gracious, called each other Butterwell and Crosbie, and abstained from all cat-and-dog absurdities.

    Vandyke's no angel, and he and March have been doing a bit of the cat-and-dog act in a quiet way lately.

    We lived a cat-and-dog existence, and parted with mutual recriminations, since when I have not seen her!

    The mutual affection of these two animals is unbounded, and yet we hear human disagreements compared to cat-and-dog life!

    But I always felt sure that she did the deed, for it was proved they led a cat-and-dog life.

    Lady Flo: Nevertheless, I assure you they lead a cat-and-dog existence.

Word Origin & History of - cat and dog

    Word Origin & History of - cat-and-dog

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