A cat with a fat butt named zugangi
Nouns don't describe. Nouns are the names of people, places, and things. Cat is a noun. Adjectives describe nouns, for example: fat cat lazy cat fluffy cat docile cat angry cat hungry cat dark brown cat white cat grey cat big cat small cat
well hat bat sat fat nat rhyme with cat and rug is another word for mat
it is a word that describes something or someone. for an example.( the cat is fat with brown and orange furr) the adjective would be fat brown orange.... you get it?
describes two things at once ex:a big cat and dog
big fat hairy lazy hunting Cat
my cat is18" fat that is fat enough but i'd say about 16"
Take him for a walk, or run up and down the stairs dragging some string behind for them to chase
my aunt has a fat cat named nipper but everyone calls her fat cat or fatso dont call it that^^^
Fat Cat - novel - was created in 2009.
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When you come upon a "fat cat", it is most likely over fed. The cat's owner has food in their cat's bowl 24/7. That is not healthy for the cat.
Yes, fat and cat rhyme, but "Is the dog fat and look like a cat?" is not correct grammatically. It would have to be "Is the dog fat and does he (or she) look like a cat?" to be correct grammatically.