Informal One who is regarded as easygoing, mild-mannered, or amiable. (noun)
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Use "pussycat" in a sentence
"A pussycat is just as “sound” logically too, but it still is not a sufficient answer to “what’s the square root of 2?”"
"Lord Mandelson the 'pussycat' reveals his softer side: Lord Mandelson, who made his name as a spin doctor and some-time political assassin, has revealed a new, softer persona, describing himself as a "pussycat" and insisting: "You can defeat people without killing them.""
"Should have known with the "pussycat" brigade all in march and april."