What is pat?

  • (adj): Having only superficial plausibility.
    Synonyms: glib, slick
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on pat:

Pete Beale - Storylines - Backstory
... In his late teens, Pete had a one-night stand with prostitute Pat Harris (Pam St ... Pete did the chivalrous thing and married Pat when he was 16 however it transpired that the pregnancy was a false alarm and Lou always felt that it was a ploy to trap her ... During the marriage, Pat gave birth to two sons, David (Michael French) and Simon (Nick Berry), whom Pete believed to be his ...
1991–92 Pittsburgh Penguins Season - Regular Season - Season Standings
... Wales Conference R Div GP W L T GF GA Pts 1 P — New York Rangers PAT 2 ... Washington Capitals PAT 3 ... Montreal Canadiens ADM 93. 4 ...
Pat The Bunny
... Pat the Bunny (officially styled as pat the bunny) is a "touch and feel" book for small children and babies and has been a perennial best-seller in the U.S ... more a collection of things to do, such as pat the fake fur of a rabbit on one page, feel a bit of sandpaper that stands for "daddy's scratchy face" on another ... a successful children's author when she wrote Pat the Bunny for her 3-year-old daughter, Edith ...
Pat Kelly (trade Unionist)
... Pat Kelly (ca 1929 – 24 June 2004) was a New Zealand trade unionist ... Persondata Name Kelly, Pat Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1929 Place of birth Date of death 2004 Place of death ...

More definitions of "pat":

  • (noun): A light touch or stroke.
    Synonyms: tap, dab
  • (noun): The sound made by a gentle blow.
    Synonyms: rap, tap
  • (adj): Exactly suited to the occasion.
    Example: "A pat reply"
  • (adv): Completely or perfectly.
    Example: "He has the lesson pat"; "had the system down pat"
  • (verb): Hit lightly.
    Example: "Pat him on the shoulder"
    Synonyms: dab
  • (verb): Pat or squeeze fondly or playfully, especially under the chin.
    Synonyms: chuck

Famous quotes containing the word pat:

    Helen, Helen,
    the kitchen is your dog
    and you pat it
    and love it
    and keep it clean.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)