Definition of bitchily in English:

bitchily

adverb

informal
  • See bitchy

    • ‘‘I hope you put a lot of postage on it,’ Windsor bitchily replies.’
    • ‘The more sociable stood close to their gallery entrance so that they could gossip bitchily, but quietly, with a neighbouring attendant.’
    • ‘Anyhow, I asked and they bitchily replied, ‘It is from a song.’’
    • ‘‘I was rather kind,’ I responded more bitchily than I should have done.’
    • ‘Well, there's always the refuge which Auden so bitchily alluded to in ‘Journey to Iceland’ (and which I first quoted here way back in January).’