Definition of bittiness in English:

bittiness

Pronunciation /ˈbidēnəs/ /ˈbɪdinəs/

Translate bittiness into Spanish

noun

informal

See bitty

‘Still, the fossil episode highlights an underlying bittiness, when Dark is suddenly referred to as ‘the man’, as if we have never encountered him before.’
  • ‘In moving towards biography you must have felt that journalism was insufficiently rewarded to provide a living and also that its bittiness was in itself too limiting?’
  • ‘The Empire Strikes Back, for all its bittiness, is a damn fine film, only ruined by proximity to and culpability for Return of the Jedi.’
  • ‘Sorry, I'm a bit distracted at the mo, hence the bittiness, so I'll stop now.’
  • ‘The air of bittiness is intensified by the knowledge that the two longest stories, The Bellarosa Connection and A Theft, have already appeared as standalone books themselves.’