Examples of bitchy in a Sentence
a bitchy and vindictive boss who has punished workers who have had the gall to call attention to her mistakes
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It's been a day and a half since Kim Kardashian went and broke the internet again Sunday night, timed perfectly with this week's KUWTK and its bitchy T-Swift subplot.
Next to these genuinely disturbed dudes, even the bitchiest, most backbiting BGB looks downright quaint.
As bitchy as things got, there was also incredible bonding.
Yeah, that bitchy little nuisance is known as imposter syndrome.
Politics, theater, literature, antiquarianism, fashion, warfare: Walpole’s letters—usually witty, often bitchy, sometimes wise, and very penetrating indeed—cover everything.
Anytime Chloe makes a bitchy comeback or comment to/about another girl.
Adams, son of the second president, and sixth president himself, was smart, omnivorous, observant, bitchy, and hilarious (though always unintentionally).
Centering on three irreverent nuns played by Aubrey Plaza (witchy and bitchy), Alison Brie (frustrated and snooty) and Kate Micucci (bi-curious and babyish), the goofy plot never finds its groove.
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BITCHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bitchy for English Language Learners
: very unpleasant, unfriendly, or rude
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