Definition of bitchy in English:

bitchy

Syllabification: bitch·y
Pronunciation: /ˈbiCHē
 
/
informal

adjective

(bitchier, bitchiest)
(Of a person’s comments or behavior) malicious or unpleasant: bitchy remarks
More example sentences
  • I'm so bitter and bitchy, I can't even be bothered to pun on that last sentence.
  • And most of the time there is genuine cooperation between the sectors, albeit with a lot of bitchy backbiting.
  • Funny thing, I wasn't all that bitchy or bitter in that conversation, compared to others.

Derivatives

bitchily

Pronunciation: /ˈbiCHəlē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • Anyhow, I asked and they bitchily replied, ‘It is from a song.’
  • Well, there's always the refuge which Auden so bitchily alluded to in ‘Journey to Iceland’ (and which I first quoted here way back in January).
  • ‘I hope you put a lot of postage on it,’ Windsor bitchily replies.

bitchiness

noun
More example sentences
  • What makes you and your friends any less bitchy and catty then the girls who's bitchiness and cattiness you talk about all the time?
  • What I am annoyed about is bitchiness and elitism - slating others off because either one perceives them as inferior or superior in some way.
  • It's a moderately-interesting tale of bitchiness, cattiness and psychotic behaviour.

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