bitch

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bitch

(bich),
A female dog of breeding age.
[O.E. bicche]

bitch

female dog. See also dog.

brood bitch
any female dog used for breeding.
puppy bitch
a female dog from 6 to 12 months of age; used to define a group for competition within the showring.
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She also introduces us to a voice that's more powerful than that of our Inner Mean Girl--the voice of our Inner Wisdom--and says that listening to that voice can really put our Mean Girl in her place.
Having exhausted the high school mean girl phenomenon that took off in the 2004 movie with Lohan's Cady Heron, the entertainment and media industries have moved on to mean women.
Rather than falling into the mean girl trap of visceral response, a bad girl thinks through the moment to see what is true, what is factual, and not what is simply emotional.
Mean girls never stop being mean girls, even when they grow up.
In Mean Girls, released today, Ontario-born Rachel plays a bitchy high school Queen Bee type whose beauty is rivalled only by her single-minded desire to be the centre of attention.
Mean Girls (12A) STARS: Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams DIRECTOR: Mark Waters
We're told the Mean Girls star is interested in reviving her music career and is seeking advice from Jamie and Lily Allen's ex, Robertson Furze of The Big Pink.
The supporting characters are standard teenage archetypes: the gay friend, the mean girl, the oddball Wiccan, but they are still engaging.
Stereotyping is the perfect subject to talk about with Ashley since she's muscling through playing a mean girl stereotype in HSM and the generous, but denied, nice girl in Suite Life.
Cady agrees but the more time the newcomer spends with Regina and her mean girl chumettes Gretchen (Chabert) and Karen (Seyfried), the nastier she becomes in turn.
Cady agrees -but the more time she spends with Regina and her mean girl chumettes Gretchen (Chabert) and Karen (Seyfried), the nastier she becomes in turn.
You have to cast a nice girl to play a mean girl,just like you have to cast a smart person to play a dumb person,''explains director Mark Waters.