Out-and-outer

Mittens

out-and-outer: a person or thing that is way beyond the norm: a person of determined, adventurous, or reckless character; a person or thing of great beauty

prezactly: precisely + exactly

Mittens the banjo cat is now available on a t-shirt, and proceeds support the Dictionary Project.

Support the project through my GoFundMe page, or visit my shop.

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