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bitch

noun as in (vulgar) malicious woman

verb as in complain

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After the death of Ginsburg, liberal groups were particularly sharp in recent calls for Breyer to, in the words of Danny DeVito, “retire bitch.”

The Beer Club event will showcase the 7 Locks Surrender Dorothy beer, part of the sour series Bitch Monkey.

Her Aretha is an imperious bitch who usually doesn’t react to good news, scowls when anyone dares challenge her, rarely raises her voice except in song and seems utterly devoid of joy.

The real Aretha, it’s no secret, could be an imperious bitch.

The document detailing the federal charges says the men used sexist language when discussing the governor, including the word “bitch.”

The teens also taunted the mother, who was wearing a turban, calling her a “Bitch with facial hair.”

According to their correspondence, Steenkamp objected to him playing "Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe" on the car radio earlier that day.

Fox News producers nicknamed the Palins “The Bitch” and “The Eskimo.”

Weird, sexy, and aggressive as it is, “Work Bitch” is just a quirky one-off treat on Britney Jean.

The ‘Work Bitch’ singer's music is being used to scare off Somali pirates.

They were speedily rescued; following which Ginger Bitch gave birth to the first of a large litter of pups.

Ginger Bitch was allowed to go free because she was daily expected to give birth to pups.

The Wolf stay'd till he had almost loaded again, but the Bitch making a great Noise, at last left us and went aside.

Bitch, ram, buck and sow went the same way, and there was a day when even mare was prohibited.

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On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bitch, such as: floozy, harlot, hussy, slut, tart, and tramp.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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