Definition of Tomcat

1. Noun. Male cat.

Exact synonyms: Tom
Generic synonyms: Domestic Cat, Felis Catus, Felis Domesticus, House Cat
Specialized synonyms: Gib

Definition of Tomcat

1. n. A male cat, especially when full grown or of large size.

Definition of Tomcat

1. Noun. A tom, a male cat. ¹

2. Verb. To prowl for sexual gratification. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tomcat

1. to engage in sexually promiscuous behavior -- used of a male [v -CATTED, -CATTING, -CATS]

Medical Definition of Tomcat

1. A male cat, especially when full grown or of large size. Origin: Tom (see Tomboy) + cat. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tomcat

tomboyishness
tomboyishnesses
tomboyism
tomboylike
tomboys
tombs
tombstone
tombstone engineering
tombstoned
tombstoner
tombstoners
tombstones
tombstoning
tombusviridae
tomcats
tomcatted
tomcatting
tomcod
tomcods
tome
tomelet
tomelets
tomenta
tomentose
tomentous
tomentum
tomentum cerebri
tomes

Literary usage of Tomcat

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1. Sas(r) 9.1.3 Intelligence Platform: Desktop Application Administration Guide by SAS Publishing (2006)
"To enable the model registration and storage functions of SAS Enterprise Miner, you must enable the tomcat WebDAV write functionality and define the context ..."

2. Our Poor Relations: A Philozoic Essay by Edward Bruce Hamley (1872)
"... cobbler,— while the youngest of the party bears with him a great tomcat, whose eyes are seen patiently winking between his uncomfortably outstretched ..."

3. SAS(R) 9.1.3 Intelligence Platform:: Troubleshooting Your Initial Installation by SAS Publishing (2006)
"When you call this script, tomcat can fail to start for any one of several ... Another Application Is Using Port 8080 Explanation: By default, tomcat ..."

4. Methods of Teaching: A Handbook of Principles, Directions, and Working by John Swett (1880)
"The tomcat could arch his back and purr, and the Hen could lay eggs and cluck. ... In the morning, when they saw the little Ugly Duck, the tomcat began to ..."

5. Methods of Teaching; a Hand-book of Principles, Directions, and Working by John Swett (1880)
"The tomcat could arch his back and purr, and the Hen could lay eggs and cluck. ... In the morning, when they saw the little Ugly Duck, the tomcat began to ..."

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