Definition of Kittenish. Meaning of Kittenish. Synonyms of Kittenish

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Definition of Kittenish

Kittenish
Kittenish Kit"ten*ish, a. Resembling a kitten; playful; as, a kittenish disposition. --Richardson.

Meaning of Kittenish from wikipedia

- seasons. Decker launched a clothing line called Kittenish online, which she also designs for. Kittenish opened its first physical location in February...
- campaigns for her friend country singer Jessie James Decker's fashion line Kittenish, and walked the runway for its Spring/Summer 2019 collection at New York...
- run characteristic of the breed. These cats tend to stay playful and kittenish throughout their long lives. Some Cornish Rexes like to play fetch, race...
- not lyrically complex; it is Hutchence's performance where "he sings in kittenish whisper, gently drawing back with the incredible lust of a tiger hunting...
- Shirley MacLaine as the older school teacher ... inclines to be too kittenish in some scenes and do too much vocal hand-wringing toward the end ......
- like electric static, is beautiful as Elaine, the **** cat feeling coolly kittenish and looking for a safe tin roof." Lavin's last Broadway credit before...
- positive regarding Chenoweth's role, praising her "powerful voice", "kittenish mien" and "commanding presence". Eric Goldman for IGN stated that Chenoweth...
- crimson lipstick Sr. Ruth applies turns her into a kind of werewolf, the kittenish wiles of Jean Simmons also convey, in a different mode, a fantasy of female...
- of ****an in 2003", with the music compared to an "airy lullaby". 1996: Kittenish Love 1997: Nude 1998: Lady Soul 1999: Absolute Ego 2001: Material 2003:...
- ****et of a young and fresh voice, and she is a plausible if a little over-kittenish Eva on the stage. In so far she gave pleasure. She, too, must be heard...
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