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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There has been a lot of bitchiness and back-biting.
But it's not all feeble bitchiness and nicely realised observations.
The happy couple met on the set of the film, and are now among the hottest celeb pairings around (besides Jen and Ben, of course), providing juicy tabloid fodder with their every move, including allegations of Brittany's bitchiness and drug use and other assorted nasty comments.
Christine's bitchiness over Tara leads her to comment: "What does she do?
Adele's bitchiness shows no sign of abating - she seems not to realise that those outside the house can monitor all her conversations - and yesterday she and Alex were at it again, slating Jade and Jonny.
There's only so much gloominess, bitchiness and violence you can take on Christmas Day - after it, I normally switch the telly on.
From Breffny being Breffny, to Joanna cheating, to Aoiffe's complete bitchiness, all the key moments in Apprentice history are there.
In Beijing we did the job, we worked really hard and there's no clique, no bitchiness.
Created by Liverpool playwright Andy Quayle, it stars Merseyside favourites Roy Brandon, Shaun Mason, Danny O'Brien, Leanne Campbell, Lynne Fitzgerald and Jasmine Joel in "a tale of love, jealousy, bitchiness and loads of botox".
There are gangsters in it and lots of high drama and bitchiness so I should be perfect for the role
I thought no one would know about it but the other girl told my boyfriend out of sheer bitchiness.
It's proved nothing, except that most men don't like being ordered about and that leaving a group of women together will lead to bitchiness.