That word is a bitch to spell.
tiresome members of the tour group who had one bitch after another Verb
He bitched constantly about his old car, but he doesn't like his new one either.
those guys are always bitching about something
Recent Examples on the Web
If a shift came as a result of people literally bitching online and complaining about it and talking about it, increase that pressure.—Ethan Millman, Rolling Stone, 2 Oct. 2023 The Turner-Swift conversation over carbonara Via Carota could be benign as hell, but bitching out your ex is part of the healing, and a huge overlap in their Venn is a former Jonas-ness.—Raven Smith, Vogue, 22 Sep. 2023 Everybody’s bitching about the government regulating fisheries.—Lauren Daley, BostonGlobe.com, 20 Mar. 2023
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Middle English bicche, going back to Old English bicce, perhaps going back to a Germanic noun with varying final consonants and inflectional class, whence Old Norse bikkja "female dog," German (from 15th century) Petze, Betze