cattiness (Meaning)

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cattiness (n)

malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty

cattiness Sentence Examples

  1. The cattiness in her tone betrayed her underlying jealousy towards her colleague's success.
  2. Despite their close friendship, there was an occasional hint of cattiness in their conversations.
  3. Sarah's cattiness towards her ex-boyfriend was evident in the way she spoke about him behind his back.
  4. The atmosphere at the office became tense due to the cattiness among some of the coworkers.
  5. Jenny's cattiness was palpable as she made snide remarks about her rival's outfit.
  6. The competitive nature of the beauty pageant brought out the cattiness in some of the contestants.
  7. Lisa's cattiness reached new heights when she spread rumors about her coworker's personal life.
  8. The cattiness in the room was unmistakable as the socialites exchanged backhanded compliments.
  9. Despite her attempts to hide it, there was a subtle air of cattiness in Maria's interactions with her classmates.
  10. The cattiness between the two actresses was evident during their joint interview, as they threw subtle jabs at each other.

FAQs About the word cattiness

malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty

severity, hostility, malice,bitterness, acidity, asperity, jealousy, bile, virulence, corrosiveness

civility, sympathy, civility, courtesy, geniality, sweetness, compassion, sympathy, cordiality, graciousness

The cattiness in her tone betrayed her underlying jealousy towards her colleague's success.

Despite their close friendship, there was an occasional hint of cattiness in their conversations.

Sarah's cattiness towards her ex-boyfriend was evident in the way she spoke about him behind his back.

The atmosphere at the office became tense due to the cattiness among some of the coworkers.