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English citations of cataglottism

  • 1905, Havelock Ellis, Studies in the Psychology of Sex: Sexual selection in man, page 5:
    The mucous surfaces share in this irritability of the skin. The kiss is not only an expression of feeling; it is a means of provoking it. Cataglottism is by no means confined to pigeons.
  • 2004, Carl Van Vechten, The Tiger In The House, page 30:
    There is none of the excessive cataglottism indulged in by canines. Cats only give affection where it is deserved, except sometimes through sheer perversity when they annoy an ailurophobe with their attentions.