Definitions for fraidy-catˈfreɪ diˌkæt

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

fraid•y-cat*ˈfreɪ diˌkæt(n.)

  1. a timid, easily frightened person.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

* Informal..

Origin of fraidy-cat:

1905–10; fraid (aph. form of afraid ) + -y1

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  1. fraidy-cat(Noun)

    A coward; a person who is easily frightened.

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