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cat's clawAcacia greggii, a tree species native to the southwestern United States and northern MexicoRate it:

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cat's clawAcacia plumosa, a medicinal plant species native to BrazilRate it:

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cat's clawCarpobrotus edulis, or uña de gato (Spanish: "cat's claw"), a plant species in the Aizoaceae familyRate it:

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cat's clawDolichandra unguis-cati, or cat's claw creeper, a Central American climbing vine of the Bignoniaceae familyRate it:

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cat's clawGrevillea alpina, a shrub species native to AustraliaRate it:

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cat's clawMartynia annua, a plant species endemic to BrazilRate it:

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cat's clawMimosa nuttallii (formerly Schrankia nuttalli), a plant native to the Midwestern United StatesRate it:

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cat's clawUncaria guianensis, a plant species found in GuyanaRate it:

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cat's clawUncaria rhynchophylla, a plant species used in traditional Chinese medicineRate it:

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cat's clawUncaria tomentosa, a plant species found in the tropical jungles of South and Central AmericaRate it:

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cat's clawbayag-kambingRate it:

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cat's clawAcacia greggii, a tree species native to the southwestern United States and northern MexicoRate it:

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cat's clawAcacia plumosa, a medicinal plant species native to BrazilRate it:

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cat's clawCarpobrotus edulis, or uña de gato (Spanish: "cat's claw"), a plant species in the Aizoaceae familyRate it:

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cat's clawDolichandra unguis-cati, or cat's claw creeper, a Central American climbing vine of the Bignoniaceae familyRate it:

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cat's clawGrevillea alpina, a shrub species native to AustraliaRate it:

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cat's clawMimosa nuttallii (formerly Schrankia nuttalli), a plant native to the Midwestern United StatesRate it:

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cat's clawUncaria guianensis, a plant species found in GuyanaRate it:

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cat's clawUncaria rhynchophylla, a plant species used in traditional Chinese medicineRate it:

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cat's clawUncaria tomentosa, a plant species found in the tropical jungles of South and Central AmericaRate it:

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cat's cradleA children's string game.Rate it:

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cat's cradleAny complicated structure which appears to be without purpose.Rate it:

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cat's meowA highly sought-after and fancy example of something.Rate it:

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cat's meowA self-satisfied person.Rate it:

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cat's pajamasA highly sought-after and fancy example of something, usually referring to inanimate objects.Rate it:

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cat's pyjamasA highly sought-after and fancy example of something, usually referring to inanimate objects.Rate it:

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cat's pyjamasThat new car was really the cat's pyjamas.Rate it:

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cat-and-mousesuspenseful, involving alternating roles of attack and defence.Rate it:

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cat-and-mouseAlternative form of cat and mouse.Rate it:

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curiosity killed the catOne should not be curious about things that can be dangerous.Rate it:

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dog and catA team comprised of one male and one female, who are either working as associates or where one is the second in command to the other.Rate it:

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grin like a cheshire catTo smile broadly, especially in a self-satisfied way.Rate it:

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let the cat out of the bagA figure of speech relative to someone revealing an important event or secret to the world thereby spoiling the entire thrust of a surprise.Rate it:

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let the cat out of the bagTo disclose a secret; to let a secret be known, often inadvertently.Rate it:

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like a cat in a strange garretHaving a feeling of uncertainty and misapprehension due to being in an unfamiliar situation.Rate it:

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like a cat on a hot tin roofJumpy, nervous.Rate it:

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look what the cat's dragged inUsed as an ironic acknowledgement of someone's arrival, especially to imply that they are unwelcome or disagreeable in some way.Rate it:

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put the cat among the pigeonsIf you set the cat among the pigeons, you will cause a flutter in the dovecote.Rate it:

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put the cat among the pigeonsProfessor Stephen Hawking put the cat among the pigeons last week with his cheery remarks about comet Machholz-2, which some astronomers believe could be heading our way. — The Times, 19 September 1994.Rate it:

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put the cat among the pigeonsTo cause alarm.Rate it:

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see which way the cat jumpsTo delay taking action until something else happens first.Rate it:

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skin a catA word picture contrived for shock effect in expressing a variety of actions or accomplishments.Rate it:

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spill the beans / let the cat out of the bagTo let out a secretRate it:

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there are many ways to skin a catAlternative form of there's more than one way to skin a cat.Rate it:

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there's more than one way to skin a catA problem generally has more than one solution.Rate it:

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to be the cat's whiskersTo perform better than was generally supposed possible.Rate it:

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when the cat's awayPeople are likely to take advantage of the absence of authority or enforcement of compliance.Rate it:

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when the cat's away the mice will playIn the absence of a controlling entity, subordinates will take advantage of circumstances.Rate it:

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who's 'she', the cat's mother%3fA rebuke especially directed towards children for having referred to their mother, or any other woman in the third person, instead of using a properly respectful title or their name when appropriate.Rate it:

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who's 'she', the cat's mother?A rebuke especially directed towards children for having referred to their mother, or any other woman in the third person, instead of using a properly respectful title or their name when appropriate.Rate it:

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