“catty, petty, and self-serving,” is how one of those way-right-of-center folk described Geithner to me.
Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) and Nolan (Gabriel Mann) are as catty and delightful as ever, but the rest of the show feels tired.
Meanwhile, the gay Republican group, GOProud, cut their own ad, describing Frank as a “catty.”
And not just catty little spats between debutantes—smack-talking text messages frequently led to physical altercations.
catty quips about style choices are met with irrational exuberance over over-hyped new designs.
And you are coming to stay amongst us now, catty; or are you going back to France again?
catty, my dear, your back's asy up, but it's asy down again.
She had objected to Felix as too catty like, and Isadore she had said was as bad as Is-a-window.
Repton has a copy of it, too, with catty's signature,—old catty Broon.
He was only a baby; and she had left him to run about with Arty and catty as if he were a big boy.
Inclined to discredit others; malicious; spitefully gossipy: Karla and Susan were being catty about Dusty
[late 1800s+; but cat, ''spiteful woman,'' is attested from the 1760s]