Definition of Kitteny

1. skittish [adj] - See also: skittish



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kitteny

kittel
kittels
kitten
kitten-tails
kitten heel
kitten heels
kittened
kittenhood
kittening
kittenish
kittenishly
kittenishness
kittenishnesses
kittenlike
kittens
kitteny (current term)
kittereen
kittie
kitties
kitting
kitting out
kittiwake
kittiwakes
kittle
kittled
kittler
kittles
kittlest
kittlier
kittliest

Literary usage of Kitteny

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1. Collections, Historical & Miscellaneous, and Monthly Literary Journal by John Farmer (1824)
"... 97; at Marlborough, widow Kesia Smith, 103. In Maine. At Elliot, Mrs. Abigail Grover, 195 yrs. 3 mo. 13 d.; at kitteny, Mrs. Sarah Amee, 90. ..."

2. Peck's Sunshine: Being a Collection of Articles Written for Peck's Sun by George Wilbur Peck (1882)
"... and he acts kitteny. He acts the most human when ladies come into the office. If a book agent comes in, he makes no attempt to ..."

3. The Memories of Rose Eytinge: Being Recollections & Observations of Men by Rose Eytinge (1905)
"... instruct me as to the particular form of emotion that was supposed to hold Isabel in its thrall, as, "Now she's a jealous cat"; "Now she's kitteny"; ..."

4. Gallant Little Wales: Sketches of Its People, Places and Customs by Jeannette Augustus Marks (1912)
"But already I felt as if a spell were upon me, and even when I was quite far away from the kitteny place, I was still in a strange condition of excitement ..."

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