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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The Women Adapted from Clare Boothe Luce's play, this glossy 1939 satire about pampered Manhattan wives hasn't lost its bitchy edge.
As shame made way for pride, it was viewed as an uncomfortable anachronism, perpetuating the negative stereotype of the bitchy, self-hating, maudlin gay victim.
The bitchy quips are all delivered and landed with deft comic timing, and the show is an entertaining primer in the now widely accepted art of throwing shade.
There have been representations of powerful women who are shown as bitchy, like armor.
The other things that surprises me frankly is how bitchy the book is.
The other thing that surprises me, frankly, is how bitchy the book is.
That being said, here are some of the reactions that are more likely to get a bitchy response from me: 1.
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.
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Definition of bitchy for English Language Learners
: very unpleasant, unfriendly, or rude
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