Synonyms and related words:
Cheshire cat, Chinchilla cat, Machiavellian, Machiavellic, Maltese cat, acute, alley cat, amphibian, aquatic, arch, artful, astute, back-door, backstairs, biped, blue cat, cagey, calico cat, canine, cannibal, canny, carnivore, cat, catlike, cattish, catty, clandestine, clever, cosmopolite, covert, crafty, cunning, cute, deceitful, deep, deep-laid, designing, diplomatic, felid, foxy, furtive, gib, gib-cat, gnawer, grimalkin, guileful, herbivore, hidlings, hole-and-corner, house cat, hugger-mugger, ingenious, insectivore, insidious, inventive, invertebrate, kit, kitling, kitten, kittenish, kitty, kitty-cat, knowing, leonine, lionlike, mammal, mammalian, marsupial, marsupialian, mouser, omnivore, pawky, politic, primate, privy, puss, pussy, pussycat, quadruped, quiet, ready, reptile, resourceful, rodent, ruminant, scavenger, scheming, serpentine, sharp, shifty, shrewd, silver cat, skulking, slick, slinking, slinky, slippery, sly, smooth, snaky, sneaking, sneaky, sophistical, stealthy, strategic, subtile, subtle, supple, surreptitious, tabby, tabby cat, tactical, tiger cat, tigerish, tom, tomcat, tortoise-shell cat, trickish, tricksy, tricky, under-the-counter, under-the-table, undercover, underground, underhand, underhanded, ungulate, unobtrusive, varmint, vermin, vertebrate, vulpine, wary, wily

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