• WordNet 3.6
    • n bitchiness malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty
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In literature:

Sometimes her gold-plated bitchiness was the very thing he admired most about her.
"Syndrome" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

Bitchy rag goes digital, serial killers get a tell-all and a coloring book for adults.
Bitchy commentary befitting a brutal election.
Bitchy commentary befitting a brutal election.
Bitchy Bingo at Lips.
Badger Bob badgers Bill about bitchy billionaire.
Former Disney chairman Joe Roth takes the directing helm with this bitchy romantic comedy, and wouldn"t you know it, it"s better than half the chipper fare out there these days.
Amorosi on the news, nightlife and bitchiness beats.
Amorosi on the news, nightlife, gossip and bitchiness beats.
But consider them alongside their bitchy-boy emo-scene peers in Fall Out at the Disco Academy and the Jimmys start looking positively saintly.
Hilariously Bitchy Tweets From Female Comics.
In an embarrassing moment Cynthia Bailey confronts Phaedra Parks about bitchy comments she overheard the lawyer making about her.
Dianna loves New Years' Resolutions, NYC and playing bitchy Quinn.
Demi Lovato Has Been "Bitchy and Unpleasant" on The X Factor.
Everything about the 'Batch is mysteriously sinister – his bitchy wit, his cheekbones, his scarves.
The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump often gets mouthy on-air with her bitchy co-stars, but it is her lips that are currently the center of attention after they suddenly seem to have gotten a whole lot bigger.