Definition of stroppiness in English:

stroppiness

noun

informalBritish

See stroppy

  • ‘The pressure of the festive season, combined with raging hormones, has raised my reputation for stroppiness to an unprecedented high.’
  • ‘A pantomime of stroppiness ensued, complete with petted lip.’
  • ‘Days later the Scotsman took a pot shot at Sands' stroppiness while attending an awards ceremony.’
  • ‘Lalita is played by the stunning Aishwarya Rai, who successfully conveys the character's combination of intelligence and downright stroppiness.’
  • ‘He doesn't come close despite his all round stroppiness.’