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Animals in Idiom
"Based on my love for cats, I thought it would be interesting and fun to create this quiz on catty catch phrases. See how many of them you're familiar with or may have heard before. Enjoy and good luck!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
A "cat burglar" is defined as someone who steals cats.
A person who might be said to be toying with another, usually in a cruel-like manner, could be referred to as playing what kind of game with them?
cat and bird
cat and mouse
Of the following, which best describes someone who might be asked the cat-ch phrase question of "cat got your tongue?"
Someone who has a pierced tongue
Someone who is shy and/or speechless
Someone who speaks with a stutter
Someone who constantly jabbers
A person who is financially rich might be called what?
If someone were said to have let the cat out of the bag, then what is it they have really done?
told a lie
played a game
told a joke
revealed a secret
What is another way of describing a light sleep of short duration? (Remember theme of quiz here).
(One or two words)
When it's pouring down rain outside, sometimes people will use the phrase, "It's raining cats and mice!"
Someone with a "cat-o'-nine-tails" actually has what?
The cat-ch phrase of "See which way the cat jumps" could be translated into "Wait to see what happens?"
Someone who seems very nervous, jumpy, or uneasy might often be compared to being like a cat in this cat-chy phrase.
Like a cat with a thorn in its paw
Like a cat in hot water
Like a cat on a hot tin roof
Like a cat with its tail on fire
If someone is looking a bit ragged, tired, or disheveled, one might then refer to them as looking like something the ___________________. (Your answer should not require any punctuation.)
(Three Words -- Do not type any answer requiring an apostrophe!)
"A person used by another as a dupe or tool," is called what?
Somebody or something which is held or considered to be very special could be defined by which one of the following cat-ch phrases?
all of these
This cat-ch phrase is defined as "a game in which a loop of string is threaded between the fingers of both hands in variable complex patterns". Also, if you add the words "in the" in-between the two words of the phrase, it then becomes the name of a well-known Harry Chapin song. Which phrase am I looking for here?
The Cowardly Lion from the movie "The Wizard of Oz" could be classified as this particular cat-ch phrase.
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Compiled Apr 08 14