cattiness


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Synonyms for cattiness

malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty

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And she gets sucked into the world of the catwalk and cattiness.
The show also proves that two women can work together without any cattiness, Harmon adds.
High school is not a place for the faint of heart, and surviving its cattiness and drama constitute a real battle.
The Disney princesses get a reality-TV makeover, and the ideals of beauty and wealth come crashing down in a heap of cattiness and booze.
A lot of the cattiness in fourth- and fifth-graders is a test of relationships and what information they can and cannot share.
A lot of the cattiness in fourth and fifth graders is a test of relationships and what information they can and cannot share.
What ensues is a battle of cattiness that I am hoping all women don't really resort to.
These shows pay huge amounts of attention to cattiness and bad behavior between the bride and other women in the bridal party or competition.
You lose some of the cattiness as you get older and more secure," Anne continues.
No one was really bullied at my school, it was more just back-biting and cattiness for five years, which was bad enough.
Best Of Scottish Comedy, The Stand, Edinburgh This month features the dry wit of Andy Sir, the cattiness of Bruce Devlin and the giddiness of Sandy Nelson.
And so, despite the inherent cattiness of this manufactured situation, the act of creating this content actually brings about some real-world connections--perhaps even a certain comfort.
Trollope's narrative voice conveys the cattiness of Thorne's more urbane rivals in the nearby town of Barchester, who do not correct rumors that their country colleague cannot be the genuine article, despite his "diplomas, degrees, and certificates" (p.