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pussycat a cat or kitten (used affectionately).
pussyfoot to move softly and furtively, as a cat. [3 definitions]
pussy willow a small North American willow with large, velvety, silver-gray catkins. [2 definitions]
pustulant causing pustules to form. [2 definitions]
pustular of, relating to, or covered with pustules.
pustulate to form or cause pustules. [2 definitions]
pustule a bump on the skin, such as a pimple, that is filled with pus. [2 definitions]
put to move (something) to a particular position or location. [11 definitions]
put all one's eggs in one basket to risk all one has on a single undertaking.
put aside to save for a future time.
putative widely thought to be such; reputed; supposed.
put away to return something to the place where it usually stays.
put back to return something to a place.
put-down (informal) a comment or action that has the intent or result of embarrassing, humiliating, or rejecting someone. [2 definitions]
put down to stop holding; lay (something) down. [4 definitions]
put off to delay. [2 definitions]
put-on done or assumed deceptively; pretended. [3 definitions]
put on to dress in. [2 definitions]
put one's head on the chopping block to take, or be subject to, a great risk, as of being severely criticized or fired.
put one's nose to the grindstone to start or diligently pursue some hard or tedious work, esp. in a spirit of resignation.
put one through one's paces to cause one to demonstrate skill or ability.