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Kit´cat`


a.1.Designating a club in London, to which Addison and Steele belonged; - so called from Christopher Cat, a pastry cook, who served the club with mutton pies.
2.Designating a canvas used for portraits of a peculiar size, viz., twenty-eight or twenty-nine inches by thirty-six; - so called because that size was adopted by Sir Godfrey Kneller for the portraits he painted of the members of the Kitcat Club.
n.1.A game played by striking with a stick small piece of wood, called a cat, shaped like two cones united at their bases; tipcat.
Kitcat roll
(Agric.) a roller somewhat in the form of two cones set base to base.
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