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Crossword Answers for: C?T????

cataian

cataian
(n.) A native of Cathay or China; a foreigner; -- formerly a term of reproach.

catalan

catalan
(a.) Of or pertaining to Catalonia.
(n.) A native or inhabitant of Catalonia; also, the language of Catalonia.

catalpa

catalpa
(n.) A genus of American and East Indian trees, of which the best know species are the Catalpa bignonioides, a large, ornamental North American tree, with spotted white flowers and long cylindrical pods, and the C. speciosa, of the Mississipi valley; -- called also Indian bean.

catarrh

catarrh
(n.) An inflammatory affection of any mucous membrane, in which there are congestion, swelling, and an altertion in the quantity and quality of mucus secreted; as, catarrh of the stomach; catarrh of the bladder.

catawba

catawba
(n.) A well known light red variety of American grape.
(n.) A light-colored, sprightly American wine from the Catawba grape.

catbird

catbird
(n.) An American bird (Galeoscoptes Carolinensis), allied to the mocking bird, and like it capable of imitating the notes of other birds, but less perfectly. Its note resembles at times the mewing of a cat.

catboat

catboat
(n.) A small sailboat, with a single mast placed as far forward as possible, carring a sail extended by a gaff and long boom. See Illustration in Appendix.

catcall

catcall
(n.) A sound like the cry of a cat, such as is made in playhouses to express dissatisfaction with a play; also, a small shrill instrument for making such a noise.

catcher

catcher
(n.) One who, or that which, catches.
(n.) The player who stands behind the batsman to catch the ball.

catches

catches
Start burning; "The fire caught"
A person regarded as a good matrimonial prospect
Spread or be communicated; "The fashion did not catch"
The quantity that was caught; "the catch was only 10 fish"
Reach with a blow or hit in a particular spot; "the rock caught her in the back of the head"; "The blow got him in the back"; "The punch caught him in the stomach"
Take hold of so as to seize or restrain or stop the motion of; "Catch the ball!"; "Grab the elevator door!"
Capture as if by hunting, snaring, or trapping; "I caught a rabbit in the trap today"
Take in and retain; "We have a big barrel to catch the rainwater"
Contract; "did you catch a cold?"
Attract and fix; "His look caught her"; "She caught his eye"; "Catch the attention of the waiter"
Delay or hold up; prevent from proceeding on schedule or as planned; "I was caught in traffic and missed the meeting"
Apprehend and reprod

catechu

catechu
(n.) A dry, brown, astringent extract, obtained by decoction and evaporation from the Acacia catechu, and several other plants growing in India. It contains a large portion of tannin or tannic acid, and is used in medicine and in the arts. It is also known by the names terra japonica, cutch, gambier, etc.

cateyed

cat-eyed
(a.) Having eyes like a cat; hence, able to see in the dark.

catfall

catfall
(n.) A rope used in hoisting the anchor to the cathead.

catfish

catfish
(n.) A name given in the United States to various species of siluroid fishes; as, the yellow cat (Amiurus natalis); the bind cat (Gronias nigrilabrus); the mud cat (Pilodictic oilwaris), the stone cat (Noturus flavus); the sea cat (Arius felis), etc. This name is also sometimes applied to the wolf fish. See Bullhrad.

cathead

cathead
(n.) A projecting piece of timber or iron near the bow of vessel, to which the anchor is hoisted and secured.

cathode

cathode
(n.) The part of a voltaic battery by which the electric current leaves substances through which it passes, or the surface at which the electric current passes out of the electrolyte; the negative pole; -- opposed to anode.

cathole

cat-hole
(n.) One of two small holes astern, above the gunroom ports, through which hawsers may be passed.
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