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Feline – English Vocabulary about Cats

Feline – English Vocabulary about Cats

/ˈfiː.laɪn/ (adj & noun)


relating to or resembling a member of the cat family such as lions, tigers, jaguars, leopards, etc. in appearance or behavior, catty, kitten, moggy, catlike – stealthy, sly, furtive, elegant, graceful, sinuous, sleek – a member of the cat family


Feline, any of 37 cat species that among others include cheetahs, puma, jaguar, leopard, lion, lynx, tiger, and domestic cat. Cats are native to almost every region on Earth, with the exception of Australia and Antarctica. They are carnivorous mammals that live in a wide variety of habitats, but they are typically woodland animals.


Parts of speech

Noun: felineness

Noun: felinity

Adverb: felinely

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